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Representing data


When you have collected and recorded your data, you can represent it in a diagram. Depending on the results, you can use a frequency diagram, pie chart, line graph, pictogram, frequency diagram, frequency polygon or a scatter diagram.

Make sure that you have looked at Collecting and Recording Data before tackling this section.


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