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.
An important part of any diagram that uses symbols or unusual ways of representing data. Allows the reader to interpret what they are seeing.
A diagram which represents data using symbols.
How much something is worth.
An algebraic statement with a letter equal to an expression. Used to work out a missing variable by substituting in all other known variables. Plural is formulae.
An algebraic term that has no letter, rather a numerical value only.
Algebraic terms that have the same letters to the same powers.
Powers and roots.
The point where a graph’s gradient changes from being positive to negative, or negative to positive. Visible on the graph by a bump.