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4 April (Task 2) Chap 16 Data Handling: Histograms - How does it look like? [5 min]

**Here are 2 examples of HISTOGRAMS **

**Describe the Histogram - How does it look like?**
**Write down, in ***Comments*, at least 3 things things you observe from the histogram.
{You may make reference to the notes took down when we described each type of graphs last week}

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ReplyDeleteHistograms do not have spaces

ReplyDeleteHistograms describe frequencies

Histograms involve a time frame

The bars touch other all the time.

ReplyDeleteThe graph has x and y axis

On the axis there are titles

1. There are no spaces between the bars

ReplyDelete2. They are normally used to chart quantities

3. The bars areof the same colour

It is like a bar chart, but the horizontal axis has numbers and the bars have no gap.

ReplyDeleteThere are no spaces in between the graphs, there are x and y axis, and the bars are the same colour.

ReplyDelete1) There are no spaces in between the bars

ReplyDelete2)The bars are used to represent Data

3)There are two axis

1: The bars are not spaced out.

ReplyDelete2: They have a title

3: There are x and y axis

The bars do not have spaces between them.

ReplyDeleteThe graph has a vertical and horizontal axis.

They involve a time frame.

There are no spaces between the bars.

ReplyDeleteThere is x and y axis

There is a title for the graph

There are no gaps between each bar.

ReplyDeleteBoth the x and y axis is labeled with numbers.

The graph has a title

The vertical of the axis shows the frequency of occurrence.

ReplyDeleteThe horizontal axis shows the cell values.

Have no space in-between the bar.

1. There aren no gaps in between the bars.

ReplyDelete2. There is a x and y axis.

3. There is a title

1. There are no spaces between the bars

ReplyDelete2. It has bars

3. It has a graph title

4.There are horizontal axis and vertical axis

5.There are arrows at the end of each axis line

6.THey don't necessarily need to start from 0

7.There are equal intervals

8.There are names for the axis

9.There are square grids

Histograms are like bar graphs, but only feature vertical bars.

ReplyDeleteThere are labels and titles.

There are no spaces between each bar.

All the bars are stuck together.

ReplyDeleteIt is very similar to a bar graph.

It has x and y axes, just like most of the other graphs.

It looks like a bar chart however there are no gaps in between the bars, there are both x and y axis and they are used to represent data

ReplyDelete1. The bar are side by side, touching each other.

ReplyDelete2. There are both the horizontal and vertical axis, x and y.

3. For each axis, there is a title.

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ReplyDeleteIts is almost the same as a bar chart accept that there are no gaps between the bars.

ReplyDeleteThere is no gap between the bars

ReplyDeleteBoth the horizontal and vertical (x and y) axes are numbers.

Vertical axis is always the frequency of occurrence.

Histogram have no gaps between the bars.

ReplyDeleteIt has a graph title.

It has both the x and the y axis.

There is no gap between bars

ReplyDeleteBoth axis have numbers

It has a x and y axis, which are labelled and it's bars are joint together. It has a graph title as well.

ReplyDeletehistograms can be manipulated to show different pictures

ReplyDeleteThere is no gaps between bars

Both axis have numbers

@Siddharth

ReplyDeleteHistograms have to stick to the vertical bars.

The 2 other observations are correct :)

@Max

ReplyDelete"Vertical axis is always the frequency of occurrence" ~ Good observation :)