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# Math Mammoth Data and Graphs

79 pages

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Printed copy \$9.25

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Math Mammoth Data and Graphs is a worktext that covers common statistical graphs and some related topics for grades 2-5. It is a worktext, containing both the "text" (instruction) and the "work" (exercises and problems).

The book starts with the easiest topics: reading and making bar graphs, pictograms, histograms, and various kinds of line graphs. Most of these lessons are best suited for 4th and 5th grades.

The goals for the study of bar graphs and line graphs are listed here. The student should learn to:

• draw bar graphs and histograms from a given set of data.

In order to make histograms, it is necessary to understand how to group the data into categories ("bins"). The lesson Making Histograms explains the method we use to make categories if the numerical data is not already categorized.

Toward the end of the book, we study average (also called the mean) and mode, and how these two concepts relate to line and bar graphs. This is also meant for grades 4-5. Other math curricula also introduce the median, but I decided to omit it from this book. There is plenty of time to learn that concept later, for example in Math Mammoth Statistics & Probability. Introducing all three concepts at the same time tends to jumble them together and become confusing — so that many students just grasp the calculation procedures. I feel it is better initially to just introduce and contrast the two concepts of the mean and mode, in order to give the student a solid foundation.

Lastly, we study circle graphs which may be left to study in 6th or 7th grade, because it requires that the student understand percentages.

The PDF version of this book can be filled in on a computer, phone, or tablet, using the annotation tools found in many PDF apps. See more.

You might also be interested in:
• Math Mammoth Statistics & Probability — a worktext about distributions, histograms, stem-and-leaf plots, mean, median, mode, random sampling, comparing two populations, simple and compound probability (grades 6-7).

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## How and where to order

You can buy Math Mammoth books at:

• Here at MathMammoth.com website — simply use the "Add to cart" buttons you see on the product pages.
• Rainbow Resource carries printed copies for the Light Blue series books, plus several CDs (Light Blue and Blue series).
• Homeschool Buyers Club offers download versions of the Light Blue series, plus the Blue series bundle.
• Homeschool Planet sells the digital versions of the main curriculum and lesson plans to go with them.
• Lulu sells printed copies for most of the Math Mammoth materials (various series).

By purchasing any of the books, permission IS granted for the teacher (or parent) to reproduce this material to be used with his/her students in a teaching situation; not for commercial resale. However, you are not permitted to share the material with another teacher.

In other words, you are permitted to make copies for the students/children you are teaching, but not for other teachers' usage.

Math Mammoth books are PDF files. I recommend you use Adobe Reader to view them, including if you use a Mac. You can try other PDF viewers, but they may at times either omit or mess up some of the images.
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