A bar graph would be best to compare the nutrients in two different types of bread.
Bar Graph The bar graph shows the difference between each element.
A bar graph is best to compare the levels because you can have 6 different color bars connected on a graph to compare the lead contamination levels.
A bar graph would be the best graph or chart to use to compare and contrast information.
A Bar Graph
There are literally hundreds of website where you can compare price and service of different cell phone providers. I would suggest reviews.cnet.com.
A Bar Graph.
I would recommend www.priceline.com. They have price quotes from different websites and different airlines. You can compare what works for your budget.
The graph would be translated upwards by 2 units.
The best graph for the purpose of comparing raw numbers between different qualitative categories would be a bar graph or some variation thereof.
a bar graph :)
Shelving solutions can be compared at any home decoration store, or by using an online price check site that would look at a select number of shops and compare the price of the item you desire.
A "pie" chart would do this.
The answer will depend on what was changed to what!
I would probably use a line graph. That would be easiest to find a compare trends (changes over time)...
It would depend on what you are wanting to compare.
A bar graph would be used rather than a line graph to indicate different quantities or numbers of things that are distinct: such as the number of people of different ages in a group.A line graph is used to show a change in something, such as the growth of a person over some years.A line graph would also be more appropriate when showing a ratio.
A bar graph can be used for a lot of things. That is why they teach it in school! It is used for a lot of things in the world, for example it could be used to compare the amount of money made by different companies or the amount of people with AIDS in different parts of Africa. It can not be used to show something over a period of time though. You would use a line graph for that!
We would need to see the graph to respond to this question.
a pie graph