# Analyzing Data: Question Preview (ID: 32190)

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Putting your data into a graph or chart is known as _______ your data.
a) coloring
b) skewing
c) changing
d) displaying

Data is
a) the conclusion you draw at the end of an experiment
b) the same thing as your hypothesis
c) the information you collect during an experiment
d) a tree that grows in Spain

It is okay to change your data if you don't like it.
a) True
b) False
c)
d)

When you analyze data, you ________.
a) write it down carefully
b) try to make sense of it, so you can draw conclusions
c) share it with your classmates

It is important to analyze the data you collect from your experiment.
a) True
b) False
c)
d)

_______________are best used for comparing parts to a whole. The total amount should equal 100%. They work well for comparing 6 or fewer items.
a) Pie Charts
b) Bar Graphs
c) Line Graphs
d) Tables

_____________ are used to display data or information that changes continuously over time. They allow us to see overall trends such as an increase or decrease in data over time
a) Bar graphs
b) Line graphs
c) Pie charts
d) Tables

__________ are used to compare facts. The bars provide a visual display for comparing quantities in different categories. They help us to see relationships quickly.
a) Circle graphs
b) Pie charts
c) Line graphs
d) Bar graphs

________are used to organize exact amounts of data and to display numerical information.
a) Tables
b) Pie charts
c) Bar graphs
d) Line graphs

Analyzing your data helps you to _______.
a) draw a conclusion.
b) form a hypothesis.