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Graphing Quizzes & Trivia

What's common between a Pie, a Stem and Leaf, and a Bar? Yes! They are all types of graphs used in statistics. You must know your Mathematics well enough to be able to find the connection.

Do you think you'll do well with our "Graphing" quizzes? Can you answer some trivia about statistical graphs? Will you be able to interpret data from these graphs? How about graphing used in algebra? Do you know how to solve a system of equations using graphical method? Find the right intersection! So, do you think you can find the shortest path to the answers? You must give it a try. It will help you analyze your knowledge about graphing.
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Questions: 18  |  Attempts: 378   |  Last updated: Nov 20, 2014
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    What is the y intercept of the line?

This assessment is designed to uncover what students know about graphing science data.  It closely matches 4-6 th grade SC inquiry indicators.

Questions: 4  |  Attempts: 1531   |  Last updated: Dec 13, 2012
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    Which of the following is always graphed on the y axis?

Use this quiz to see how much you already know about functions

Questions: 5  |  Attempts: 47   |  Last updated: Jan 7, 2013
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    1.  A print shop charges a flat rate of $4 plus $0.40 per page for each job.  How many pages could be printed for $20.  Which expression represents the cost of p pages?

They are different types of graphs that people can use to display different types of data and each of them is only useful if one knows not only to plot the data but to derive meaning from the data. Below graphing review test is...

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 211   |  Last updated: Jun 22, 2020
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    Identify the type of graph.

Using the graph below to connect the motion described in the question to the with the position verses time plots on the graph. 

Questions: 5  |  Attempts: 209   |  Last updated: Aug 7, 2013
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    A car moving in the positive direction braking (slowing down)
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