# Rowan University Bar Graphs Pictographs and Circle Graphs Questions

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Assignment 3a: Bar Graphs, Pictographs, and Circle Graphs
Submission Instructions: Write or type your answers to the problems given below. If you write
them by hand on paper rather than electronically, scan that page(s). If there are multiple pages
to your completed assignment, you must submit them as one multi-page document (pdf, docx,
jpg, or png). If you upload more than one document, only the first document will be graded.
Directions: Follow each of the steps below so that you will end up with one complete
pictograph.
Consider the following situation: “Last week, a kindergarten teacher kept track of the number of
stars she drew on students’ papers to indicate a correct answer. The results are given in the
frequency table shown below.”
Day of the Week
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Number of Stars
40
68
56
76
80
1. In the space below (or on a separate sheet of paper), set up a pictograph by writing the five
days of the week in five rows and draw horizontal lines to separate them.
2. On your pictograph, draw stars, as needed, to represent the number of stars that the
teacher drew each day of the week. Let each star you draw on the pictograph represent 8
stars drawn by the teacher. Draw half of a star whenever needed. Remember: The reader of
your pictograph should be able to easily see which rows have more stars than other rows.
Therefore, when you draw the stars, make sure you carefully line them up vertically.
3. Add a title to your pictograph.
4. Add a key indicating the value of each star on your pictograph.
5. How many stars did the teacher draw that week? Explain how someone could use only your
finished pictograph (not the frequency table shown above) to answer that question.
Assignment 3b: Dot Plots and Stem Plots
Submission Instructions: Write or type your answers to the problems given below. If you write
them by hand on paper rather than electronically, scan that page(s). If there are multiple pages
to your completed assignment, you must submit them as one multi-page document (pdf, docx,
jpg, or png). If you upload more than one document, only the first document will be graded.
Directions: Follow each of the steps below so that you will end up with one complete two-sided
stem-and-leaf plot.
Consider the following situation: “The members of the Cross Country Team and the Soccer
Team were holding a friendly competition regarding who could sell the most fruit baskets to
raise funds for their teams. Within each sport, the students worked in groups to sell the fruit
baskets. The number of baskets sold by each group of students is listed below.”
Cross Country Team: 39, 50, 67, 39, 78, 59, 27, 53, 65, 38
Soccer Team: 34, 54, 63, 30, 25, 52, 36, 28, 44, 47, 52, 37
1. In the space below (or on a separate sheet of paper), set up a two-sided stem-and-leaf
plot by writing the stems (from the data above) in the middle column.
2. To represent the data above, fill in the leaves on the left side of the plot (for the Cross
Country Team) and put an appropriate heading at the top of the left side of the plot.
Remember that it is important to line up the numbers vertically so that the longer rows
appear longer.
3. To represent the data above, fill in the leaves on the right side of the plot (for the Soccer
Team) and put an appropriate heading at the top of the right side of the plot. Remember
that it is important to line up the numbers vertically so that the longer rows appear
longer.
4. Add a key indicating the value of each stem and leaf. (Note: A key is needed only for the
right side of the plot because the left side will always follow that same key.)
5. Add a title to your stem-and-leaf plot.

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