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With two summers of babysitting money, Mia needs a way to compare her earning from both years. Show your learners that they can organize the data onto a double-line graph to easily compare which summer was more profitable. The lesson emphasizes the importance of setting up the graph correctly with appropriate intervals and labels. Use the practice questions after the interactive lesson to test their knowledge by interpreting different parts of the graphs.
- Lesson points out why we need consistent intervals on the graph
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