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bar graph

Etymology: OF, barre
a graph in which frequencies are represented by bars extending from the ordinate or the abscissa, allowing the distribution of the entire sample to be seen at once.
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If you are going to use a bar graph, the best representation of the data is that of Fig.
We are more interested in talking about our plans for health care, smaller class sizes and a safer Wales rather than bar graphs.
2001 $533 2002 $557 2003 $560 2004 $571 2005 $592 Note: Table made from bar graph.
13% Higher than the previous year 11% Lower than the previous year 75% About the same as the previous year 1% Don't know Note: table made from bar graph.
IN ANTICIPATION OF STRONGER GROWTH, COMPANIES ARE STARTING TO Increase capital spending 48% Increase tech spending 42% Look for acquisitions 33% Add staff 22% Focus on stock buybacks, acquisitions 17% Note: Table made from bar graph.
Employed physician practices only 48% Independent physician practices only 2% Both employed and independent physician practices 30% Do not subsidize any physician-office EMR 20% Note: Table made from bar graph.
11 Note: Table made from bar graph Processed Imports: Volume & AUV 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 lbs.
Then, on a separate piece of paper, create a bar graph to represent the percentage data of those three years for grades 8, 10, and 12.
States that lost the most residents, 2000-2004 New York 182,886 California 99,039 Illinois 71,854 Massachusetts 42,402 New Jersey 32,147 Ohio 31,613 Note: Table made from bar graph.
3 cents Source: 2003 Form 7 data for 779 distribution co-ops (average) Note: Table made from bar graph.
agree 75% disagree 13% other 12% Note: Table made from bar graph.
Features include a well-illuminated LED bar graph for setting the preliminary test force and a large LED display for results.