Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Blogging on Blogger or rather BOB by: ChantellM

Chantell M's Scribepost October 6, 2009

Okay how about we skip the introduction and go right to what I'm supposed to put here? No fine, I'll do the introduction. Okay, so in math, Mr. Harbeck handed back our assessments, then as a class we marked them. I didn't get such a hot mark so I'm doing this for extra points. (Aren't I just a little trooper?) Anyways this assignment we had to do is conveniently shortened into an easy to understand acronym. BOB - Blogging on Blogger, or at least I think that's what it stands for. Everyone say hi to BOB.

Three things I know about graphing.
Number one is that you should use certain graphs for certain types of data. For example. You shoulod use a circle graph is you are going to include the total.
Number 2! In a bar graph you can didtort the data by putting a break in the y-axis.
Last but not least number 3, a line graph would be the best way to represent temperature changes or profits of a bussiness. Here is a picture of a regular bar graph.

Things I know now.
The things I learned from doing this assessment, is that you should get all of the instructions before taking down data and organizing the data on a graph. I also learned that various things can be done to misrepresent data on a graph.

Okay, peoples this has been my scribepost. I will NOT be here all week, unless Harbeck tells me to. You know you love my post, I just know you do. Wait, you don't? Why you little.... Just kidding!

Please comment if you feel like it. I said if you feel like it okay? Although you do get marks for commenting on someone's post so..... maybe you should comment? Heck I don't care if you want to fail, if you want to comment that's fine with me.


  1. Cool post, very descriptive, but there is a few spelling mistakes, still a good post though :p

  2. 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

  3. This comment has been removed by the author.

  4. I like your post! it's very well explained...and i like the picture you made..


About This Blog

Lorem Ipsum



powered by math calculator at calculator.net

  © Blogger templates Psi by Ourblogtemplates.com 2008

Back to TOP