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## Interpret and translate data into a table, graph, or diagram SPI 0707.Inq.3

1. Bar Graph - Enter data to create a bar graph, then manipulate the graph's maximum and minimum values
2. Circle Graph - Enter data categories and the value of each category to create a circle graph (similar to "Pie Chart" but the user can define the data set)
3. Fun and Sun Rent-a-Car - students use tables, graphs, linear functions to solve a real-world problem
4. Heads I Win - predict the likelihood of tossing heads or tails and graphs the results of coin tosses
5. The Hot Tub - This is a fun activity where students tell the story behind a graph and relate slope to rate of change.
6. How to Convert Data Into a Chart/Graph - instructions on using Excel
7. How to Solve Graph Interpretation Problems
8. How to Transform a Table into a Chart in Microsoft Word - once the chart is created, you can easily customize it
9. How to Translate Tabular Data Into Graphs - learn about bar graphs, pie charts, and scatterplots
10. Interpreting Line Graphs - explore line graphs.
11. Magic Bullets: Chemistry vs. Cancer - In this activity students will work with data about cancer deaths. The purpose of the activity is to give students some experience in reading and interpreting graphs. There is a worksheet associated with the data sets
12. Pie Chart - Students view pie charts (parameters: number of sectors, size of sector as a percent)
13. Piece Of Pie - display data using a circle graph
14. Push Ups - collect data to put on a line graph
15. Reading Charts and Graphs - In this lesson you will: read bar graphs, pie charts, and grid charts, review percentages in pie charts, and compare types of information shown in different kinds of charts
16. Stem and Leaf Plots
17. What Percentage of your Class is Right or Left Handed? - a data collection and analysis class experiment

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