Graphing Worksheets

On this page you will find: a complete list of all of our math worksheets relating to graphing and data. Choose a specific addition topic below to view all of our worksheets in that content area. You will find addition lessons, worksheets, homework, and quizzes in each section.

Graphing Worksheets Listed Alphabetically:

  1. Box and Whisker Plot
  2. Categorizing Data and Bias
  3. Coordinate Identification
  4. Draw Shapes On The Grid
  5. Graphically Represent the Inverse of a Function
  6. Graphing Lines By Two Points
  7. Graphing Functions
  8. Graphing Inequalities
  9. Graphing Linear Inequalities
  10. Graphing Linear Systems
  11. Graphing Systems of Inequalities
  12. Graphing Parabolas
  13. Graphs and Equations of Lines
  14. Graphing Complex Numbers
  15. Graphs Dealing with Sine and Cosine
  16. Graphs Dealing with Tangent, Cotangent, Secant, Cosecant
  17. Graphs of Circles
  18. Graphs of Polynomial Equations of Higher Degree
  19. Graphs of Circles
  20. Graphs of Parabolas
  21. Graphs of Linear Equations: Slope and Intercept
  22. Identifying Grid Location
  23. Identify Objects On A Coordinate Grid
  24. Learning About The Calendar
  25. Line Plots
  26. Organizing and Interpreting Data
  27. Percentiles and Quartiles
  28. Pictographs
  29. Placing Items on Coordinate Grids
  30. Plotting Graph Coordinates
  31. Plotting Points
  32. Read and Make Stem and Leaf Plots
  33. Reading and Making Bar Graphs
  34. Reading and Making Bar Graphs 2
  35. Reading and Making Histograms
  36. Reading and Making Line Graphs
  37. Reading and Making Line Graphs 2
  38. Reading and Making Pie Graphs
  39. Reading Circle Graphs
  40. Reading Picture Graphs
  41. Reading Horizontal Picture Graphs
  42. Reading Data Tables
  43. Reading Frequency Tables
  44. Reading Vertical Picture Graphs
  45. Sample Spaces
  46. Scatter Plots and Line of Best Fit
  47. Set Builder and Interval Notation
  48. Tally Marks and Write the Number
  49. Tree Diagrams
  50. Tree Diagrams Advanced
  51. Using Data Tables
  52. Using Tally Charts To Make Graphs
  53. Using Math Venn Diagrams

Why Do We Make Graphs?

Every algebraic calculation is associated with graphs, and every equation can be plotted on the coordinate grid system according to the values of its variables. A graph is plotted according to a few guidelines. Firstly, an individual who wants to plot certain values of the variables of an equation must initially define a key. Key is the length on either axes that represent the reading of a value ‘1’. For example, on a graph, we can determine a centimeter box as the reading for a value of one for both axes. After determining the key, we consider drawing axes on the graph. The horizontal axis is known as the x-axis extended at both ends representing positive and negative values. Similarly, the vertical axis is known as the y-axis extended at both ends representing positive and negative values. The point about which both these axes are extended is known as the origin and has a coordinated value of zero on both the axes. After solving an equation for the values of its variables, one plots the coordinates according to their values on both the axes and connects all the points to form a linear graph.