Steel Production Graphs - a step-by-step guide
Frameworks for America's Past
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Place dots for the data

   As a first step, place dots on the chart (page 50 of your study guide) to show the data for steel production in each of the four years shown on the graph.  The data can be found in the table at the bottom of the page.

Connecting the dots

   Next, draw straight line segments to connect the four dots.  The result should look like the graph on the page below.

Repeat the process!

   Follow the same steps to complete the other graph on the same page, using the data shown in the right hand column of the table.

The graphs are by David Burns.

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