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Double Bar Graph

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We hope that you are familiar with Bar Graph and if not, this topic is already here Bar Grap

A single or simple bar graph usually represents value to a single set of data. But when we need to represent and compare two sets of data, we need Double Bar Graphs.

Following example further illustrates Double Bar Graphs.
Example Temperature of two cities X & Y for entire week is represented in the following tabular form.

TemperatureMonTueWedThuFriSatSun
City X27283031293127
City Y30293029283228


Draw a double bar graph and answer the following questions:<

1) On which day the temperature of both cities is same ?

2) On which day there is maximum difference in temperature of both cities ?

3) On which day there is least difference in temperature of both cities ?

4) Hottest and coldest days(s) for both cities ?

Answer Below is the required Double Bar Graphs representing temperature of City X and City Y from Monday to Sunday:



Below are answers to questions:


Question 1 - On which day the temperature of both cities is same ?
Answer - The temperature of city X and Y is same on Wednesday i.e 30 degrees

Question 2 - On which day there is maximum difference in temperature of both cities ?
Answer - Maximum difference in temperature of both the cities is on Thursday i.e. 7 degrees difference

Question 3 - On which day there is least difference in temperature of both cities ?
Answer - Least difference in temperature of both the cities is on Tuesday i.e. 1 degree difference only.

Question 4 - Hottest and coldest days(s) for both cities ?
Answer -
Hottest Day for City X = Monday i.e. 35 Degrees
Hottest Day for City Y = Wednesday i.e. 30 Degrees
Coldest Day for City X = Sunday i.e. 25 Degrees
Coldest Days for City Y = Thursday & Friday Sunday i.e. 25 Degrees each.

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