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**1. Review**** All of Four
Basic Statistical Charts & Descriptions provided below!**

**2. Review**** All Directions
to Create Basic Charts using MS Excel & MS Word!**

**Create**** ****(2) of (4)**** Basic
Statistical Charts using **__Your choice__** Data & Items!**

**Basic Charts have a Main Title
& Vertical / Horizontal Title when needed! **

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****After**** Completing ****(2) of (4)**** Basic Chart
with **__Your choice__** of Data & Items!**

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Also, ****each Chart**** is to be on a ****separate**** MS Word document!**

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****containing**** with a ****Brief Description ****of the ****Data & Items**** of the Chart!**

**The Brief Description should be adequate
and appropriate for the Chart!**

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( See provided examples
of all four Basic Statistical Charts below! )**

**Probably best to have a Topic Sentence ****followed by**** Supporting
Sentences!**

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Again, Use Different Data ****and**** Difference items! ****Not Days of the Week!**

**After Activity is completed as described
using MS Excel & MS Word, then**

**Save**** MS Word with File ****Name**** Basic Charts##
( ## means Initials ) as before!**

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****Print Out**** the Basic Chart Documents as proof of Activity Completion!**

**Only (2) of (4) Charts are
required! It would be a real learning**

**experience to complete All of the Basic
Statistical Charts since**

**this activity would be awesome learning
for your future students.**

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Also, ****each Chart**** is to be on a ****separate**** MS Word
document!**

possible at the bottom of the Basic
Chart Projects use sentences for answers.

How would this activity benefit my future
students or benefit to my teaching?

**In bottom region below Chart is where you answer the questions that are just above! **

**Think about your future students and try to answer as a
Classroom Teacher!**

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**There
are four Basic Statistical Charts in Fundamental Mathematics:**

**Bar
Chart, Line Chart, Pie Chart and PictoChart or Pictograph**

**A
basic difference between Statistical Charts and Mathematical Graphs is**

**Charts
are first quadrant representations while Graphs are four
quadrants.**

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**All Bar
Charts or Column Charts can be Vertical or Horizontal:**

Bar Charts are
primarily used to represent maximum & minimum values.

This specific Bar
Chart represents Daily Temperatures for the Days of a Week!

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**All Line Charts
or Continuous Charts can be Vertical or Horizontal.**

** Line Charts normally are used to describe
continuous numerical values.**

** This
specific ( H ) Line Chart represents Daily Temperatures for the Days of a Week!**

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**Line Chart**

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**Charts of all sorts allow for a ****visual representation**** for information or data.**

** They allow the ****spatial learner**** to understand by seeing what is to be
learned.**

Reference:

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There are four Basic Statistical Charts in Fundamental Mathematics:

**Bar
Chart, Line Chart, Pie Chart and PictoChart or Pictograph**

A
basic difference between Statistical Charts and Mathematical Graphs is

Charts are __first__
quadrant representations while Graphs are four quadrants.

**All Pie Charts
are usually represented in a circular image with parts.**

** Pie Charts normally are used to describe a total or whole showing parts.**

** This
specific Pie Chart represents Percent of
Total Rainfall for each Day of a Week!**

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**All Pictochart or Pictogram can be Vertical
or Horizontal and contains a KEY.**

** Pictograms
are primarily used to describe individual numerical values.**

** This
specific Pictogram represents barrels of
oil produced by specific locations!**

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**Charts of all sorts allow for a ****visual representation**** for information or data.**

** They allow the ****spatial learner**** to understand by seeing what is to be
learned.**

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**Reference:**

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nUsing MS Excel
and starting at B5 enter 1 then 2 then 3 up to 5.

nSelect the
entered numbers! Click the __Chart
Icon__ at top of page.

nJust for
fun, Click either ** Bar** chart! Now, Click Finish to continue.

nThe selected
Chart appears in basic form! Note gray
& white area!

nNote small
black squares! Click a Bar! Click white area to the right!

nNote small
black squares! If Chart is __selected__
then Click Delete!

nUsing the
entered number __or__ other numbers which you will enter!

nCreate other
Basic Statistical Charts: Pie
Chart __or__ Bar Chart!

nPictograph is
easily created using MS Draw and 3D images!

nThere is much
more and this is a start creating Basic Excel charts!

nUsing MS Excel
and starting at B5 enter 1 then 2 then 3 up to 5.

nSelect the
entered numbers! Click the __Chart Icon__
at top of page.

nJust for
fun, Click ** Line** chart type! Now, Click Finish to continue.

nThe selected
Chart appears in basic form! Note gray
& white area!

nNote small
black squares! Click Line! Click white area to the right!

nNote small
black squares! If Chart is __selected__! Click Delete!

nUsing the
entered number __or__ other numbers which you will enter!

nCreate other
Basic Statistical Charts: Pie
Chart __or__ Bar Chart!

nPictograph is
easily created using MS Draw and 3D images!

nThere is much
more and this is a start creating Basic Excel charts!

nUsing MS Excel
and starting at B5 enter 1 then 2 then 3 up to 5.

nSelect the
entered numbers! Click the __Chart
Icon__ at top of page.

nJust for
fun, Click ** Pie** chart type!
Now, Click Finish to continue.

nThe selected
Chart appears in basic form! Note gray
& white area!

nNote small
black squares! Click **Pie**! Click white area to the right!

nNote small
black squares! If Chart is __selected__ then Click Delete!

nUsing the
entered number __or__ other numbers which you will enter!

nCreate other
Basic Statistical Charts: Line
Chart __or__ Bar Chart!

nPictograph is
easily created using MS Draw and 3D images!

nThere is much
more and this is a start creating Basic Excel charts!

nUse MS
Word/Draw! A **Draw Toolbar** needs
to be at bottom of page.

nCreate a
somewhat large horizontal rectangular region at mid-page.

nJust below
created large rectangular region, __we will create a drum__.

nAt far right of
Draw Toolbar is the 3D image creator!
Just find it!

nNow using the
Oval tool, create a small (not
tiny) horizontal oval!

nNow with oval
selected! Select various 3D images for
best drum!

nOnce drum has
been created click & drag it onto the rectangle area!

nNow with drum
selected! Hold Ctrl & Hit C! Now, Hold Ctrl & Hit V!

nA duplicate
drum should appear! Click & Drag
it above other drum!

nContinue creating duplicate drums until a Pictograph appears!