Q: What kind of graph is used to compare data that do not change continuously?

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A Bar Graph

You can retrieve information quickly, unlike a graph. It is also easier to compare, and to find the rate of change.

A dot plot

frequency table

Pie or sector graph

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If the data does not change continuously, it is called discrete data, and is commonly compared by use of a bar chart.Technical note: please note the use of the word chart, graph is commonly misused in a mathematical sense like this. A graph, mathematically, is a series/group of nodes that represent information and are connected by lines/edges that represent a link to other information. Bar graphs, line graphs, histogram graphs, bubble graphs, area graphs etc, are all technically chartsnot graphs. For more info see the link below on graph theory.

A Bar Graph

Bar graph :)

yes

You can retrieve information quickly, unlike a graph. It is also easier to compare, and to find the rate of change.

it can show data easy to compare

A dot plot

frequency table

Any graph can be used for such a purpose.

A double bar graph is a graph that uses pairs of bars to compare and show the relationship between data. However, a double line graph is a grid graph that uses pairs of lines to compare and show the relationship between data.

Line graphs are used to display data or information that changes continuously over time. Line graphs allow us to see overall trends such as an increase or decrease in data over time.By contrast, bar graphs emphasize the magnitude of changes, so they are an excellent way to demonstrate data with sharp fluctuations, but not continuously over time.

Pie or sector graph