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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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FLOOR CARE RETAIL SALES IN MILLIONS 2010 $3,967 2011 $4,324 % CHANGE 9% Note: Table made from bar graph.
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