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## What are the different methods of graphical representation of data?

Generally four methods are used to represent a frequency distribution graphically. These are Histogram, Smoothed frequency graph and Ogive or Cumulative frequency graph and pie diagram.

**Which one is example of graphical representation of data?**

Data is ingested into graphical representation of data software and then represented by a variety of symbols, such as lines on a line chart, bars on a bar chart, or slices on a pie chart, from which users can gain greater insight than by numerical analysis alone.

**What are the different forms of graphical displays?**

Types of Graphs and Charts

- Bar Chart/Graph.
- Pie Chart.
- Line Graph or Chart.
- Histogram Chart.
- Area Chart.
- Dot Graph or Plot.
- Scatter Plot.
- Bubble Chart.

### What is the simple form of graphic representation?

Perhaps the best known form of graphic presentation, and certainly one of the most frequently used, is the simple arithmetic line chart, one of several types of the rectilinear (or Cartesian) coordinate graph.

**What are the different ways of presenting data?**

Some of the popular ways of presenting the data includes Line graph, column chart, box pot, vertical bar, scatter plot.

**How do you write a graphical method?**

The Graphical Method

- Step 1: Formulate the LP (Linear programming) problem.
- Step 2: Construct a graph and plot the constraint lines.
- Step 3: Determine the valid side of each constraint line.
- Step 4: Identify the feasible solution region.
- Step 5: Plot the objective function on the graph.
- Step 6: Find the optimum point.

## Which of the following is a graphical representation?

A flowchart is a graphical representation of an algorithm.

**What type of diagram is a graphical representation of?**

Circle Graph – Also known as the pie chart that shows the relationships of the parts of the whole. The circle is considered with 100% and the categories occupied is represented with that specific percentage like 15%, 56%, etc….

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Circle Graph Formula | Histogram |

Graphing Calculator | Straight Lines |

**Why do we represent data in different ways?**

Data, gathered information, can be presented in many different ways to help make it easier to understand and more interesting to read. Why do we use lists, tables, diagrams or charts to display information? Displaying data visually (with pictures) can make it easier to understand.

### What is linear programming with example?

Example 1: Solve the following linear programming problem using the graphical method. Solution: Using the constraints we get the equations of the lines as 4x + y = 40 and 2x + 3y = 90….Linear Programming Examples.

Corner points | Z = 2x + 3y |
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B = (20, 10) | 70 |

C = (18, 12) | 72 |

D = (0, 12) | 36 |