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In grade 6 math the Histograms represents discrete or continuous data over an interval, typically represented by bars on a graph. Histograms are used to show the shape, center, and spread of the data set. A histogram consists of a series of adjacent rectangles or bars that are used to represent the frequency or relative frequency of data within a particular range.

The height of each bar represents the frequency or relative frequency of the data set. Teachers can provide Read and Interpret Histograms Worksheet, to their students to improve their skills in analyzing data sets using histograms.

Statistics
6.SP.B.4

For example: John recorded the number of houses that were decorated with holiday lights on different blocks in his neighborhood.

Which was the most common interval for the number of decorated houses?

Solution:

From the above histogram, we get the following information:

Number of blocks in the interval 0-4: 2

Number of blocks in the interval 5-9: 8

Number of blocks in the interval 10-14: 5

Number of blocks in the interval 15-19: 1

8 is the greatest number among 2, 8, 5, 1.

Therefore, the most common interval for the number of decorated houses is 5-9.

For example: John recorded the number of houses that were decorated with holiday lights on different blocks in his neighborhood.

Which was the most common interval for the number of decorated houses?

Solution:

From the above histogram...

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