Q: Which part of the graph tells what the bars or lines represent?

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We can't see the graph or bar chart you are looking at, but typically, bar charts and graphs would represent amounts visually by size. Small height thin bars would be less or smaller amounts. A bar taller or wider would represent more. When you look at a graph or bar chart, you must look at what is written on the side and bottom. These clues will help you understand what is being visually represented.Here is a video showing how to make a bar graph in Google Docs.

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