Line Graphs

by Ashly Winkle

| 16 QuestionsComplete the EdPuzzle lesson on "Learning About Line Graphs".

1

1

1 pt

What Quadrant is this line graph located in?

I

II

III

IV

2

2

1 pt

How difficult would it be to answer the questions based on the table?

Too easy

Too hard

Do-able, but there must be a better way!

3

4

5

6

7

3

1 pt

What month had the highest sales?

4

1 pt

How many times did sales drop in consecutive months?

5

1 pt

Between which months did sales rise the most?

6

1 pt

Between which months did sales drop the most?

7

1 pt

What is the range in sales for months show?

(If you don't remember how to calculate range, take a look here,

How to Calculate Range

Review the information below. Then answer the questions that follow.

8

1 pt

The independent variable is (select all that apply)

A The cause

B The effect

C Always on the X axis

D Always on the Y axix

9

1 pt

The dependent variable is (select all that apply)

A The cause

B The effect

C Always on the X axis

D Always on the Y axis

10

11

10

1 pt

11

1 pt

12

13

14

15

12

1 pt

Describe the trend for the low and high temperatures on the days shown.

Both increased for the first 4 days then increased.

Both decreased for the first 4 days then increased.

Both decreased for the first 4 days then decreased again.

Both increased for the first 4 days then increased again.

13

1 pt

Which day had the least difference between the high and low?

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

14

1 pt

Using both graphs, describe where you would find greatest rate of change of temperature.

Mon - Tues

Tues-Wed

Wed-Thurs

Thurs-Fri

15

1 pt

Using both graphs, describe where you would find the lowest rate of change of temperature.

Mon - Tues

Tues-Wed

Wed-Thurs

Thurs-Fri

If you finish early or just need more practice, complete the Line Graphs lesson on TV - 411.

Click Here For the Link!

16

1 pt

What did you learn from this lesson? Please write 3-5 sentences reflecting on the lesson and how you feel about reading line graphs.

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