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CIRCLE GRAPH
Is divided into wedge-shaped sectors.
SECTORS
Show how portions of a set of data compare with the whole set.
BAR GRAPH
Uses bars to display numerical data.
VERTICAL AXIS
Shows the size of the data value.
HORIZONTAL AXIS
Has a label for each bar.
SCALE
The height of the vertical axis.
INTERVAL
Amount of space between values on the scale.
DOUBLE BAR GRAPH
Allows for comparison of 2 related sets of data.
LINE PLOT
Shows how many times each data value occurs.
OUTLIERS
Data values that are seperated from most of the data.
STEM AND LEAF DIAGRAM
Shows how often data values occur and how they are distributed.
MEAN
Average of a set of data.
(add the data and divide by the total number of data items).
MEDIAN
Middle value of a set of data when the values are arranged in order.
MODE
The most common data value.
RANGE
The difference between highest and lowest data value.
TREND
A clear direction in a graph that suggests the future.
LINE GRAPH
When the top of the bars are connected with a line and the bars are erased.
DOUBLE LINE GRAPH
When 2 line graphs are on the same set of axes.
SCATTERPLOT
Data values represented by points on a graph.
POSITIVE RELATIONSHIP
Trend of a scatterplot is up to the right.
NEGATIVE RELATIONSHIP
Trend of scatterplot is down to the right.
NO RELATIONSHIP
Data neither increases nor decreases as a trend.
TREND LINE
A line drawn through a positive or negative relationship to approximate data.