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## Measurement & Data - Statistics & Probability 189-200

### Course: Measurement & Data - Statistics & Probability 189-200>Unit 5

Lesson 3: Line plots with fractions

# Graphing data on line plots

Sal shows measurements on line plots (also called dot plots).

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• how do you do a line plot
• It's like a line that is separated into fourths and you put an X on top of the number or numbers you need to put it on.
• How do you now if it is 3 4ths or 8 fourths on a numberline
• Three fourths as a fraction is written as 3/4, where eight fourths is written as 8/4. Because 8 and 4 share factors, this fraction can be reduced, so 8/4=2. On a number line you would be able to tell that these are different because 2 is a whole number, so it would be on a main line, and 3/4 is not, so it would be in between the lines for 0 and 1.
• I still don't get it, could someone please explain?
• how does he figure it out?
• you know this is usless cause we learned this in secend grade?
• mcruz393, Sal is deeply explaining wgat this means. Another Quetion Answered.🤣😶‍🌫
• Why did Sal say there is 2 problems and there's 3!