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What information is given in the table?
Who would this information be useful to and why?

What other ways could this data be presented?

Is it easy to read?
Why or why not?

How could it be improved?

Is this a better way to show the data?
What is the scale? ( Is it counting in, 1s, 2s, 5s, 8s, 10s?)

Is it easy to show the given numbers of cupcakes?

Is the scale is 8?

Is it a good choice?

Which one of the 4 graphs is the easiest to read?

What is the same and what is different in the 4 bar graphs?
Does the order matter in bar graphs?

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Where it says the graph on page 207. Look at the let’s learn number 3 graph above. Which has favour has sold the most, which flavour has sold the least? 

Have a look at the other graph (the one in the view instructions on Seesaw or on Let’s learn above), it has to be at least the same amount of the flavour that sold the least. 

What could the number be? 


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