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Representing by :

Niza Wahida W.
Nor QayuumR.
Table
and
Graph
Lectuiei Nauam Low Kee
Soon
Subject Basic Nathematics
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Niza Wahida W.
Nor QayuumR.
Today, we are presenting our
presentation aboUt Table and Graph
Column
Graph
TABLES & GRAPHS
Table and Graph
Line
Graph
Bar
Graph
Circle /
Pie
Graph
Table
Quiz !!!
TABLES & GRAPHS
Tables and graphs are both ways to
organize and arrange data so that it is more
easily understood by the viewer. Tables and
graphs are related in the sense that the
information used in tables is frequently also
used for the basis of graphs.
COLUMN GRAPH
Column graphs are similar to bar graphs and
line graphs. All three have grid lines going
horizontally and vertically. The column graph
is more similar to the bar graph in that it is
used more for one time or single events
rather than continuous events.
HORIZONTALLY
VERTICALLY
TABLES
Tables are an excellent way to display data or
information in an organized fashion. By
putting data in tables one can easily from
there set up a graph to illustrate the data.
CELL
ROW
CIRCLE/PIE GRAPHS
Circle or pie graphs are particularly good illustrations
when considering how many parts of a whole are
inception. In the table below both the number of
hours in a whole day devoted to certain activities is
listed as well as the percent of time for each of these
activities. The pie chart is then divided very much as a
baker's pie would be into slices that represent the
proportional amounts of time spent on each activity.
SLICE
To the right of the pie chart is a legend that
tells which color stands for which category. In
addition, the percents are also near the pie
slice that stands for that particular amount of
time spent.
LEGEND PERCENTAGE
LINE GRAPHS
A line graph is most useful in displaying data
or information that changes continuously
over time.
BAR GRAPHS
Bar graphs are an excellent way to show
results that are one time, that aren't
continuous - especially samplings such as
surveys, inventories, etc.
EXAMPLE
By using Polyas model of problem solving ( 2001 )
There are 4 steps to follow :
a) Understand Problems
b) Create a plan
c) Carry out the problem
d) Look back
a. Understand problem :
QUESTION : What colors are the most favorite of the class ? QUESTION : What colors are the most favorite of the class ?
8
6
4
2
0
b. Create a plan
1. identify all the info :
Red has 8 numbers
Orange has 4 numbers
Yellow has 3 numbers
Green has 6 numbers
Blue has 5 numbers
Purple has 4 numbers
c. Carry out the problem
To make it easy, enter the data in tabular form
Question : What colors are the most favorite of the class ?
from the table above, we can see that the red colours has the
highest number of the other colors, with a total of 8 numbers.
Types of colors Numbers
Red 8
Orange 4
Yellow 3
Green 6
Blue 5
Purple 4
The
highest
d. Look back
Types of colors Numbers
Red 8
Orange 4
Yellow 3
Green 6
Blue 5
Purple 4
8
6
4
0
2
Same information
so the answer is RED.
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Quiz
TABLES QUIZ
Number of Cars Sold for the Month of February by Week
1. The box or basic unit of the table that holds the data is called a
A. row
B. column
C. cell
2. A series of cells that extend across the table horizontally is a
A. row
B. Column
C. graph
WEEK NUMBER NUMBER OF CAR SOLD
1 20
2 37
3 13
4 10
2. A series of cells that extend across the table horizontally is a
A. row
B. column
C. Graph
3. A series of cells that extends vertically up and down in the table is called a
A. Row
B. column
C. Graph
4. In order to know the subject of a table or what it is about, it is good to have a
A. Grid
B. Title
C. Cell
5. In the table above the number of cars sold in Week 4 is
A. 10
B. 35
C. 13
6. Were more cars sold in the first or second half of the month?
A. First half
B. Second half
7. In what week would you say there was a big sale?
A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
8. How many cars were sold altogether according to this table?
A. 37
B. 70
C. 80
Column Graph Quiz
1. In this graph, how many students prefer cats?
A. 400
B. 700
C. 800
2. Which of these types of pets would belong in the other column?
A. Cats
B. Dogs
C. Snakes
3. Which of these pets do the least number of students prefer?
A. Dogs
B. Fish
C. Birds
4. If the school were to be making animal toys for a fundraiser, which would be the best type of toy
animal to sell?
A. Fish
B. Cat
C. Bird
5. The gridlines on the vertical axis (up and down) show numbers that increase by how many at each
gridline?
A. 10
B. 100
C. 1000
Line Graphs Quiz
1. This graph shows the temperatures during the period of a
A. Week
B. Month
C. Year
2. The temperatures in the beginning of the week were rising or falling?
A. Rising
B. Falling
3. There was the least amount of change between days
A. 6 and 7
B. 5 and 6
C. 1 and two
4. If freezing is 32 degrees, which day was above freezing?
A. Day 1
B. Day 2
C. Day 4
5. When was the greatest drop in temperatures between?
A. Days 1 and 2
B. Days 3 and 4
C. Days 4 and 5
BAR GRAPH QUIZ
1. In the bar graph above, students favorite activity is
A. Using the computer
B. Visitng with friends
C. Earning money
2. According to the bar graph which is the least favorite after school activity?
A. Using on the computer
B. Visitng with friends
C. Earning money
3. Which two activities are favored by an equal number of students?
A. Playing sports and earning money
B. Using the computer and earning money
C. Talking on the phone and playing sports.
4. How many students said they their favorite after school activity is playing sports?
A. 100
B. 120
C. 140
5. Based on this survey would you say more students like to be around people or be alone after school?
A. Be alone
B. Be around people
Circle/Pie Graph Quiz
1. A part of a circle/pie graph that explains the colors that represent each part or slice of the graph is a
A. Legend
B. Grid
C. Axis
2. These two activities took up half of the time of the day.
A. Entertainment and school
B. Meals and school
C. Sleep and school
3. These two activities took up the least amount of time.
A. Sleep and school
B. Meals and homework
C. Sleep and job
4. Which of these took up one fourth of the day?
A. Entertainment
B. Sleep
C. Homework
5. What percent of the day does homework take up?
A. 2 8
B. 25
6. Which of these takes up the same amount of time as meals and entertainment together?
A. Job
B. School
C. Homework
Thank you for
being attention