C. Strand: Data Analysis, Genre: Fiction


Next week is Thanksgiving. Today, Billy walks into his school and sees a large banner announcing the start of the school's annual food drive. Each year, all of the grade levels in the school compete against each other to collect the most food items. At the end of the food drive, all of the items collected are donated to a local pantry to help provide meals to people in need on Thanksgiving. Last year BIlly's grade came in second place for the contest so Billy is very determined to help his grade collect the most food items this year. After school Billy runs home and asks his mom if they have any food items to donate to the food drive.
"Let's go see what we have, " Billys mom exclaims.
As they walk to the cabinet they see they have numerous cans of corn, boxes of mac and cheese, and brownie mix.
The next day, Billy brings in his large bag of food items to compare with rest of his class.
The teacher decided organize all the food items in a orderly fashion by creating a graph.
As the students begin to list off the items they brought in, the teacher begins to count how many of each item was brought to class.

"Come up to the front of the room if you brought any macaroni and cheese to donate to the food drive," Billy's teacher Mrs. D said. Six of Billy's classmates, as well as Billy, walked up to the front of the room to place their macaroni and cheese into the box to be donated. As each student dropped in their boxes of macaroni and cheese, Mrs. D tallied on the board how many cartons of macaroni and cheese went into the big donation box. Billy and Ashley brought in five cartons each, Sarah and Johnny brought in three, and Ashley, Liz, and Andrew brought in one carton each. Mrs. D wrote "5+5+3+3+1+1+1" on the board. "How many cartons of macaroni and cheese did everyone bring in altogether?" asked Mrs. D. "Nineteen" shouted the class, and so Mrs. D made a table and recorded "Macaroni and Cheese - 19 cartons" on the board. Next, Mrs. D counted up the amount of soup cans the class brought in to be donated. Though Billy could not find any soup cans at his house to bring in to his class,

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