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In this video you will learn step by step directions on how to set up a histogram.
A histogram displays continuous numerical data in intervals.
In a histogram:
1) There must be intervals.
2) Bars must touch one another.
3) Both axes must be labeled.
4) The graph must be titled
Intervals must be:
*Able to contain all of the data points
Step 1. Determine the range of the data and the range of your interval.
Step 2. Draw the frequency table
Step 3. Tally the data
Step 4. Label the x axis
Step 5. Label the Y axis
Step 6. Title the Histogram
Step 7. Plot and draw your intervals.
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