Help Plotting Graph for AQA GCSE Science Watch

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Hey, this on behalf of my sister who is struggling with some homework.

Shes gotta plot a graph to show the increase in the case of mumps.

The lowest number of cases is 200.

The biggest number is 149,000.

We are having trouble deciding on a scale. If we go up in 10,000 increments, we have to use the whole side of the A4 graph paper, and even then we can only start at 10,000 and not at zero, which leaves problems plotting the 200 and 300 cases. After there, the number of cases jumps to 3000.

Any advice please??
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