# Tables and line graphs

## Lesson details

### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will compare and interpret different line graphs using the same axes and complete missing data points and values on both line graphs and tables.

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## Starter quiz

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### 4 Questions

Q1.
When interpreting line graphs, using which two types of lines can help us accurately read the scales?
Diagonal lines and Perpendicular Lines
Correct answer: Parallel lines and Perpendicular Lines
Perpendicular lines and Straight Lines
Straight lines and Parallel Lines
Q2.
When measuring the altitude of an aeroplane flight, which unit of measure should we use?
Centimetres
Kilometres
Millimetres
Q3.
Today we discussed the importance of estimating to provide us with an approximate answer. Which sentence best describe the word 'estimating'.
Finding out the exact answer by using different methods
To be lazy in your calculations
To have a lucky guess
Correct answer: To make a rough calculation based on the information provided
Q4.
Now let's test your attention to detail! Which of the following cities DID NOT host an Olympic Games between 1988 and 2016?
Barcelona
London
Sydney

## Exit quiz

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
Look carefully at the line graph below. How many medals did Team GB win in rowing AFTER 2004?
10
12
8
Q2.
Opps! Someone has incorrectly filled in the table based on the data shown on the line graph. But exactly how many mistakes have been made?
1
3
4
Q3.
When annotating line graphs to help identify the correct values from the axes, we use a series of lines. Look at the pairs of lines below. How many pairs of parallel lines are there?
0
2
6
Q4.
When annotating line graphs to help identify the correct values from the axes, we often draw a series of lines. Look at the image below. What do we call two straight lines that intersect (cross over) at a right angle?
Bisecting lines
Horizontal lines
Parallel lines