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bar chart in Maths topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbar chartˈbar chart (also bar graph) noun [countable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š HMSa picture of boxes of different heights, in which each box represents a different amount or quantity
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bar chartβ€’ If the retailer wants to find out about sales figures, for example, he may present information as a bar chart.β€’ Drawing a bar chart Arrange the bars in some sensible order, such as in order of their lengths.β€’ This option allows you to make more sweeping changes - for example you can go from a bar chart to a line chart.β€’ To illustrate this I want to put a bar chart and a table from the spreadsheet in my word-processed document.β€’ Immediately the activities and their durations are entered the Gantt bar chart and the end date are displayed.β€’ The bar chart shows Sales on the left and Cost of Sales on the right. 4.