graphs and organizers

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6 questions
• Q1

1. also known as a horizontal column chart, is popular for a reason — it’s easy on the eyes. With this charts, you can quickly identify which bar is the highest or the lowest

B. pie graph

C. line graph

D. area graph

A. bar graph

30s
• Q2

2. this diagram uses overlapping circles or other shapes to illustrate the logical relationships between two or more sets of items

C. flow chart

D. pictograph

A. venn diagram

B. mind map

30s
• Q3

3. this diagram also known as dendrograms, are often presented with a parent node at the top and child nodes beneath or a parent node to the left and child nodes to the right. They can be simple or complex, depending on the information.

B. FLOW CHART

D. GRAPHIC CHART

C. CYCLE CHART

A. TREE CHART

30s
• Q4

4. a diagram that visualizes a process or workflow, often one that has multiple turning points or paths. Typically, you use boxes or shapes to represent different steps in a process, and then you connect those steps with lines or arrows.

B. PIE CHART

C. ORGANIZATIONAL CHART

D. VENN DIAGRAM

A. FLOWCHART

30s
• Q5

5. defined as a graphical representation of a problem-solving process. The diagram involves writing the essence of the problem in the beginning, then suggesting steps for resolving it, and finally coming up with a solution.

C. to do list chart

D. cause and effect chart

A. problem and solving chart

B. flow chart

30s
• Q6

6. this is also known as fishbone diagram. A diagram is a visual tool used to logically organize possible causes for a specific problem or effect by graphically displaying them in increasing detail

C. problem cause effect solution

D. cause problem- effect solution

B. problem solution

A. cause and effect

30s

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