A diagram that uses lines to represent frequencies. The longer/taller the line the higher the frequency. Only used for discrete data, so equal gaps must be between the lines.

# Bar-Line Chart

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A diagram that uses lines to represent frequencies. The longer/taller the line the higher the frequency. Only used for discrete data, so equal gaps must be between the lines.

A diagram that uses bars to represent frequencies. The longer/taller the bar the higher the frequency. Only used for discrete data, so equal gaps must be between the bars.

A way of remembering which calculation must be done in which order. It stands for **B**rackets **I**ndices **D**ivision **M**ultiplication **A**ddition **S**ubtraction.

In BODMAS, Indices is swapped for **O**rder.

Example: Calculate 7 + 3 x 4

ðŸ”‘ Key BIDMAS Topics: Order of Operations, Substitution, Solving Equations, Changing the Subject