### Data Management Test - Mr. W.`s Grade 5 Class

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Graphing
› Pictographs
› Bar Graphs
› Double Bar Graphs
*No line graphs (reserved for our Stock Assignment)
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Mean and Mode
Trends and Interpreting Graphs
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You need to know the Elements of a
good graph …
What is wrong with this bar graph?
 Correct the mistakes and create a good
graph using all the proper elements.
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You need to know how to use data to
create a bar graph and a double bar
graph.
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Use the data below to create a proper
bar graph.
Year
Bonanza Fundraising
2007
\$687
2008
\$777
2009
\$841
2010
\$654
2011
\$741
2012
\$710
2013
\$781
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Look at the data below. Use it to create
double bar graph.
Doug Gilmour’s Career as a Toronto Maple Leaf
Regular Season
Playoffs
Season
Team
Games
Goals
Assist
Points
Games
Goals
Assist
Points
1991-92
Toronto Maple Leafs
40
15
34
49
0
0
0
0
1992-93
Toronto Maple Leafs
83
32
95
127
21
10
25
35
1993-94
Toronto Maple Leafs
83
27
84
111
18
6
22
28
1994-95
Toronto Maple Leafs
44
10
23
33
7
0
6
6
1995-96
Toronto Maple Leafs
81
32
40
72
6
1
7
8
1996-97
Toronto Maple Leafs
61
15
45
60
0
0
0
0
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You need to know how to make a
pictograph
Use the data below to create a
pictograph.
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Year
2007
\$190
2008
\$220
2009
\$200
2010
\$240
2011
\$225
2012
\$220
2013
\$220
You need to know how to calculate the.
 The Mean is the average of a group of
numbers.
2, 6, 8, 4, 4, 0
 To calculate, add up the numbers in the
group:
2+6+8+4+4+0= 24
and
divide by the number of numbers in the
group
24 divided by 6 = 4.
The mean is 4
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What is the mean of each data group?
Explain how you know.
2, 3, 4
2. 1, 2, 5, 4, 3
3. 5, 5, 1, 1, 0, 6
4. 10, 10, 15, 25, 40
1.
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The mode is the number that occurs the
most often in a group of data.
4, 5, 2, 5, 6, 5, 1, 1
5 occurs more than any other number. 5 is the mode.
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There can be only one mode. If no
number appears the ‘most’ than there is
no mode.
1, 4, 5, 2, 5, 6, 5, 1, 1
5 and 1 both occur the same number of times. There
is no mode.
You need to know how to read and
interpret graphs
 Trends:
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Increasing
Decreasing
Staying constant