Reading and interpreting graphs – for example:
- analysing and interpreting a range of graphical information about global weather patterns that affect food growth
- interpreting a range of graphical information provided on gas and electricity bills.
Drawing graphs – for example:
- expressing ingredients of particular food types as percentages of the total quantity, or per serving size, or per 100 grams, and presenting the information in different formats; for example, column graphs, and pie graphs
- creating graphs to show the deductions from gross wages such as tax, the Medicare levy and superannuation.