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# Create picture graphs (picture more than 1)

## Problem

Buddy Bulldog and all his dog friends love to hide bones! They created a picture graph to show how many bones each of them hid this week.
A picture of a bone equals 3 bones.
A picture graph shows the horizontal axis labeled Dog and the vertical axis labeled Number of bones hidden. Each Dog is listed along the horizontal axis from left to right as follows: Spot, Buddy, Snickers, and Socks. The number of bones hidden is represented by the number of pictures of bones plotted on the graph. Spot is represented by 4 pictures of bones, Buddy is represented by 6 pictures of bones, Snickers is represented by 3 pictures of bones, and Socks is represented by 8 pictures of bones.
Complete the chart using the picture graph.
DogNumber of bones hidden
Spot
Buddy
Snickers
Socks
Stuck?
Stuck?