## Tuesday, September 29, 2009

### Jomari's Scribepost, Sept 29,2009

Question 1 page 23:

Travis recorded the following data about how he spends his day.

a) How would you make a bar graph to help argue that Travis spends most of his time sleeping or going to school?

You can make a bar graph to show that Travis spends most of his time sleeping or going to school by making a a graph with an x-axis that somehow shows the bars for sleep and school really standout. You can make them stand out by combining them to show that he spends a lot of his time sleeping and being at school. You can also do this by making the bar(s) a different size than the others or different color.

ex:

b) How would you make a bar graph that Travis could use to

argue that he spends almost as much time on homework

as he does at school?

You can make a bar graph that Travis could use to argue that he spends almost as much time on homework as he does at school by making the interval values on the Y-axis larger than you normally would. Some numbers you can use for the interval values are 10,20, or 30.

ex.

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well done!it was well explained.you also put a picture to make it easy to understand

ReplyDeleteGood job Jomari!!!

ReplyDeleteYour post was easy to understand and well explained.

gewd job jomari, nice detail and pictures, thought some writing in some pictures was not readable. Some colour wouldnt hurt, nice job ;D

ReplyDeletegood job jomari but adding some colour would help make it more readable.

ReplyDeletegood job jomary nice use of color and how to represent data more accurately on your graph so yeah 10/10 :)

ReplyDeleteHey guys! Thanks for commenting but if someone could make some more suggestions on how I could improve that would be great!

ReplyDeleteHello,

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