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How can different graphs about the same data be used to encourage children's progression in understanding graphs?

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Problem: How can different graphs about the same data be used to encourage children's progression in understanding graphs?

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To start with, this solution starts by summarising the key types of graph.

- Histogram: Used to show frequency and compare items or ideas; each bar represents an interval of values.
- Bar Graph: Used when comparing various items or ideas.
- Line Graph: Used to show change over time.
- Line Plot: Used to easily organize one group of data.
- Circle Graph (or Pie Graph): Used to show parts or percentages of a whole.
- Box-- Pictograph: Used to show frequency and compare items or ideas.
-Whisker ...

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Discuss ways to enhance children's progression in understanding graphs. The posting discusses how different graphs about the same data can be used to encourage children's progression in understanding. The explanation is given in 420 words.

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