# TSI Math: Reading Information on a Line Graph

Mr. Nguyen surveyed his students about their families. The line plot above shows how many students have a given number of siblings. Based on this information, which of the following statements is false?

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Based on this information which of the following statements is

balls Riri Well a line graph is a lot like

a bar graph The height of each bar represents the

number of observations that fall into a given category The

only difference is that we count the number of exes

instead of reading the height from a vertical scale Well

here there are five x is about three self Five

students have three siblings right So a is false If

there are four students with three siblings will know it

Sze wrong number there so is wrong We might trip

on his choice if we'd switch the meaning of the

lines and the exes There are three exes above four

which means that three students have four siblings not the

other way around So anyway whatever it's a more shmoop