When
should I use each graph?

David
Vaughn

Quantitative
reasoning/501

Dr.
Jerry

2/12/2018

When
should I use each graph?

I remember that the very first graph that I
was taught to use would be a number line and that was way back in the first
grade. I am sure that the number line may be considered a line graph, but I can
think of maybe another time that the line graph could be used. One such time
can be associated with tools like Microsoft access or excel. Those types of
charts can be called upon to represent the information. Another time a line
graph may be used is for algebra a regular x and y chart may be considered a
line graph.

**Bar Graph**

After line graphs I think that a bar graph would be
suitable for use when statistics are involved an empirical chart may use a bar
graph. I also feel that the bar graphs are probably the most common and
simplest charts to use. Bar graphs can be used to represent information in a
wide variety of ways.

**Conclusion Pie Charts**

** **Pie charts can be
used to display proportions. A proportion may be simpler to use a ration or
fraction but may also be displayed to represent the information for
proportional values. In conclusion there are different ways to represent graphical
information and each display should be able to represent the information
clearly for the presenter or those studying.
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