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Types of Data - Two examples of Graphing

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Uploaded on Nov 19, 2010

4th and 5th grade elementary students will often begin the school year working with graphs. But what type of graph should be used? It all depends on the data. Here is a quick video discussing continuous vs. discrete data. I'll tell you what it is and which type of graph to use for each. Comments and questions are welcome.

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