# Ch 35: TACHS: Graphical Representations of Data

Before taking the TACHS examination, your student could review graphical representations of data by watching the videos offered in this chapter. The lessons are about ten minutes in length, and they include quizzes that test comprehension.

## TACHS: Graphical Representations of Data - Chapter Summary

This chapter could play a role in ensuring that your child understands the data represented in tables, schedules and graphs. By watching several video lessons, your eighth-grade student can recognize and tell the difference between numerical and categorical data. In addition to discovering the applications of line graphs, they could become proficient at using bar graphs prior to sitting for the TACHS examination. While studying these lessons, your eighth-grade student could receive assistance with:

• Understanding the ways in which data can be organized
• Exploring the use of tables and graphs in real life
• Interpreting and creating line graphs, stem and leaf displays, and pie charts
• Identifying the parts of a bar graph
• Constructing histograms, dot plots and box plots

Led by professional teachers and filled with animation and graphics, these video lessons can be watched online via a tablet, laptop or other Internet-connected technology. The videos can be paused or stopped while your student works through examples that strengthen their knowledge. Expert support is provided interactively in case students have questions related to the topics above. Transcripts, quizzes and additional course information are included in the chapter.

### TACHS: Graphical Representations of Data Chapter Objectives

Your child's reading, language, mathematics and reasoning abilities will be evaluated during the paper-based TACHS examination. The topics in this chapter could be encountered when they reach the mathematics section of this paper-based test.

When going to the November testing appointment, your student will need the Admit Card, some No. 2 pencils and his or her student identification card. Expect the testing session to last about two hours without breaks.

9 Lessons in Chapter 35: TACHS: Graphical Representations of Data
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