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# Double Bar Graphs

## Comparing categorical data with adjacent bars for each category

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## Double Bar Graphs

by CK-12 //at grade
Learn how to display two sets of data in a double bar graph. Also learn how to analyze the displayed data to draw comparisons.
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## Double Bar Graphs

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Covers double bar graphs.
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## Double Bar Graphs

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Create double bar graphs to display and compare given data.
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## Double Bar Graphs

by Christopher King //at grade
Create double bar graphs to display and compare given data.
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## Double Bar Graphs: Favorite Cookies Chart

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Double Bar Graphs Interactive
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## Double Bar Graphs Discussion Questions

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A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Double Bar Graphs.
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## Double Bar Graphs

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Students will use double bar graphs to learn about and analyze the greenhouse gas emissions in different countries. Then students will play the role of a member of the UNFCCC and make a recommendation of how to reduce GHG emissions globally.
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