**3 things I learned about graphing:**

**Bar graph - This graph is best for comparing data across categories**

**Double Bar Graph - This graph is best for comparing two sets of data across categories**

**Circle Graph - This is best for comparing categories to the whole using percents**

**Line Graph - This is best for showing changes in data over time**

**Pictograph - This is best for comparing data that can be easily counted and represented using symbols**

**Title - varies on what data you're graphing**

**Labels - a graph needs to have a label on the x and y axis**

**Intervals - intervals need to be consistent**

**x and y axis - x-axis: horizontal line, y-axis: vertical line**

**Origin - the starting point or also known as the number 0**

**Distorting the size - ex. make the size of the bars on a bar graph bigger than the others**

**Distorting the visual - ex. make the number on a pie graph bigger than the other numbers or by using a bright color so it stands out.**

**Distorting the scale - ex. put an axis break on graph**

**What I need to improve on for the assessment:**

**On my assessment, I need to improve on putting a prediction with my conclusion and explaining a trend.**

## 2 comments:

Nice JOb! I liked that you made the sentences with different colours, your explanations were really good, and I really liked that you put some pictures pn your BOB :)

Hi

Its Mr Montgomery from Australia here.

I am very impressed with the quality of your blog posts.

They are a great model for my year 8s

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