Tuesday, 14 October 2014

Data handling

We created or own bar graphs and filled in tallies by asking or friends questions about their preferences.

7 comments:

  1. hi it jawad well done to all the student that work well in math

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  2. hello it jawad well done to all the students that work well in math

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  3. Dear: Miss Tyler-Smith
    I think that they(including me) are having fun with their bar graph work. The pictures look really interesting and pretty.

    From: Kiona

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  4. Dear Ms Tyler-Smith
    It was really fun making the bar graphs and some of the children might not like the data handling book but I sure do!

    From Imogen

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  5. Dear Miss Tyler-Smith
    I am commenting on the behalf of myself because Imran looks so cute doing his maths.
    Thank you for posting (almost) everyday.
    I hope there are no more ANAS for the rest of the week.
    Signing off (literally)

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  6. Dear Miss Tyler
    I think the bar graph work was so fun and I think everyone enjoyed the bar graph work.

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  7. Dear Miss tyler
    I thionk the bar graph was really fun and every one enjoyed it

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