**There are 5 different graphs that can be represented.**

Graphs: Bar Graphs, Line Graphs, Double Bar Graphs, Circle Graphs, and Pictographs.

Graphs: Bar Graphs, Line Graphs, Double Bar Graphs, Circle Graphs, and Pictographs.

**Bar Graphs**

Advantage - Good for comparing across categories.

Disadvantage - You can only use it with several data.

**Line Graphs**

Advantage - Good for showing changes over time.

Disadvantage - You can only use it when it changes over time.

**Double Bar Graphs**

Advantage - Good for comparing 2 sets of data across categories.

Disadvantage - You might get mixed up.

**Circle Graphs**

Advantage - Good for comparing to the whole using percents.

Disadvantage - You will not know the exact number and it also takes long to do.

**Pictographs**

Advantage - Good for comparing data that can be counted easily.

Disadvantage - You will not know if it is a half or not.

**3 ways you can misrepresent a graph.**

Break in the y-axis.

Make one picture bigger than the other.

Colour one bar different from the others.

The 2 graphs that will show it more accurately are line graphs and a bar graph.

If I was selling Pizza Subs I will continue because a lot of people are buying every week.

I would choose a Line Graph because it shows that every month, a lot more people are choosing healthy food.

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