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Good afternoon, class. This week’s discussion post is regarding the video “Types of Graphs and when to use them” by MooMooMath and Science. We are tasked with determining the optimal graph based on various data collecting situations.

 

a. To graph a representation of monthly texting data a Bar Graph would work the best. A bar graph is used to show the number in categories. In this case we are trying to determine who I text the most during the course of the month.

 

On one axis of the graph I would have represented the names of the people with whom I am texting. On the opposing axis I would have represented the number of texts that correspond to each person.

 

a. To graph a representation of monthly allowances of bills in relation to income a Circle Graph would work the best. A circle graph or pi chart is used to compare parts of the data to the whole.

 

The whole of the graph would represent my total monthly income (for example, $3,000). Each “slice” of the chart then would be the percentage of income each bill utilizes. For example if I pay $1,000 per month in rent, then rent would be 33.33% of the chart.

 

a. To graph a representation of savings with regular monthly deposits a Line Graph would work the best. A line graph is used to show changes of data over time.

 

In this case the data would be our total amount in savings with the graph representing the changes in that amount over time based on each monthly deposit.

 

a. To graph a representation of employees’ weights in a monthly weight loss challenge a Double Bar Graph would work best. A double bar graph is best used to compare two or more sets of data.

 

We would have one axis represent the weight of the employee, while the opposing axis would represent each month for the duration of the challenge. Each bar would then represent a different employee.