Q: How to find the typical number of a line plot?

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Find the number that is most to the right of the line plot.

Answer - The mode of a line plot is the number that shows up the most. ex. 1,2,3,3,4,4,6,6,7,8,8,8,9 mode = 8

Line plot is a synonym to a number line with marks and numbers,

Add all the numbers together, then divide by the number of numbers.

You subtract the highest number with x's from the lowest number with x's. the difference is your range.

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There isn't one typical number - a plot can include any number at all

Find the number that is most to the right of the line plot.

Answer - The mode of a line plot is the number that shows up the most. ex. 1,2,3,3,4,4,6,6,7,8,8,8,9 mode = 8

Line plot is a synonym to a number line with marks and numbers,

10-12 centimetres.

Then plot it!

Add all the numbers together, then divide by the number of numbers.

1.3 in a number line is between 1 and 2 .

Simply plot the irrational number at it's approximate location on the number line and label the irrational number. For example, if you were to plot pi on the number line, you would plot it at about 3.14 and label it with "π" (the pi symbol, if it doesn't show up) Another example is if you want to plot the square root of 2 on the number line. You would plot it at around 1.414 and label it with "√2"

You subtract the highest number with x's from the lowest number with x's. the difference is your range.

All fractions can be labelled on a number line.

A line plot is a graph used to show frequency of data along a number line. You should use a line plot with less than 25 numbers to compare.