The instructor in this easy-to-understand video starts with simple bar graphs and uses computer software for his demonstration. He focuses on labels and how to determine where to graph. This is from a series called 'Math With Larry'. (03:20)

The concept of bar graphs is simplified by an authority in one-on-one live math tutoring, homework help, preparation of SAT, GRE, GMAT and state level tests like FCAT, ISAT, CAHSEE and others.

This short video uses M&M Candies to illustrate the concept of a bar graph. It provides an explanation of sorting the data and putting the information into a bar graph.

This one-minute slide show shows the six steps in making and labeling a bar graph. An explanation of the purpose of bar graphs is given. The off-screen narration is very clear.

A bar graph is a graph that compares amounts in each category to
each other using bars. This six-minute video will help and explain bar graphs if you've ever been curious or confused about how to read and interpret a bar graph.

Students learn that a bar graph is a visual way to display and
compare numerical data (such as the population of different southern
states). The bars of a bar graph are drawn in relation to a horizontal
axis and a vertical axis, and a bar graph ca...n have either vertical or
horizontal bars. Students are then asked to create bar graphs using
given data, and answer questions based on given bar graphs.[more]

This video shows how to create a bar graph from a given set of data, and some more comments on reading interpreting the information presented in a bar graph.

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