What is a graphing and how does it help in normal day life? Well to understand the need for graph's let us look at what a good graph is. A graph is an overview of a product and how this product behaves itself over a certain amount of time. If we look at any newspaper, we more than likely will be able to find a graph that explains about for instance, the price of oil. In this graph we can see what this barrel of oil used to cost last year and for every month we can see in the graph if this oil barrel has gone up in price or if it has come down in price. This example of graphing is shown by a simple line that is traced from month to month. This very visual way of demonstrating the oil barrels climbs or falls is called a graph.Very often a graph is used to make a point more clearly or even just to impress the right person at the right time. But most times the graph is used to show a very complicated projection in a very easy way. This is why most newspapers and magazines use the graph. It is so much easier to see than to read about the information that needs to be shown. Once you are used to graphing and know how to read them right you will find your self being able to get across so much more information. So try to make one today, or just look online for an example. You can make an example out of almost anything you are interested in or even use your monthly income as a practice object would work great. It will give you a good inside information about your spending habit.