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### Course: 3rd grade (Eureka Math/EngageNY) > Unit 6

Lesson 1: Topic A: Generate and analyze categorical data- Creating picture graphs
- Create picture graphs (picture more than 1)
- Solving problems with picture graphs
- Reading picture graphs
- Read picture graphs
- Interpreting picture graphs: paint
- Interpreting picture graphs: notebook
- Reading picture graphs: multi-step
- Read picture graphs (multi-step problems)
- Creating a bar graph
- Creating bar graphs
- Create bar graphs
- Reading bar graphs: Harry Potter
- Reading bar graphs: movies
- Reading bar graphs
- Read bar graphs
- Interpreting bar graphs: colors
- Interpreting bar graphs: alligators
- Reading bar graphs: multi-step
- Read bar graphs (2-step problems)

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# Interpreting picture graphs: paint

Lindsay solves a multi-step word problem involving a picture graph. Created by Lindsay Spears.

## Want to join the conversation?

- need hlep with the picture grahs(5 votes)
- I can try helping. I am very good at picture graphs!(7 votes)

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- there should be question after the video. To see if they were paying attetion(2 votes)
- Why is there a need for that when you already have the test/unit questions(1 vote)

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- He should make the money more like 15$. =)(0 votes)
- Will we do this every day?(1 vote)

## Video transcript

- [Voiceover] Jacob charges
$9.00 an hour to paint. The graph below shows the
number of hours he spent painting different rooms of one house. How much did Jacob charge
for painting the living room? So here's the graph, this is a
picture graph, or pictograph, and it shows us how much
time Jacob spent painting different rooms of a house. One super important thing is
this little key right here that tells us each of these paint buckets is three hours of time. We're asked about the living room. On the graph, we can find
where it says living room and see how many buckets. Remember, each of these buckets equals three hours of time. He spent three hours,
plus another three hours, so he spent a total of six
hours painting the living room. But the question asks us,
how much did Jacob charge. Jacob charges $9.00 for every hour, and he worked for six hours, so he charged $9.00 six times. $9.00 for each of the six hours he worked, which is a total of $54.00. Jacob charged a total of $54.00
to paint the living room.