Plotting and Interpreting Continuous Bar Charts

Continuous Bar Charts
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Continuous Bar Charts
Plotting and Interpreting Continuous Bar Charts

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Plotting and Interpreting Continuous Bar Charts

Students learn how to illustrate and interpret a set of continuous data using bar charts.  Population pyramids are introduced later in the lesson to add a real life context.
Differentiated Learning Objectives
  • All students should be able to interpret the frequencies of a bar chart for continuous data.
  • Most students should be able to construct a bar chart for continuous data and identify key features.
  • Some students should be able to construct and interpret population pyramids.
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