Q: How do you know if graph is wider or narrow?

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its not the equation that matters it is how you map it out on the graph, the vertical and horizontal axis are interchangeable. For example if x is the vertical axis and y is the horizontal axis the graph would look different than if y was the vertical axis and x was the horizontal axis. The narrow and wide of a graph depend on the horizontal axis ( how quickly the numbers increase and or how far apart the markers are spaced) ...If the intervals are counted by 5 the graph would be wider than if the intervals were counted by 500.

If I can't see the graph then how will I know the answer?

You need to know what the graph points are.

when the points on the graph are close to each other;)

it is like a bar graph dah hah to be honest i do not know what a column graph im so sad im just kiddin go to wikapedia i know this is a rip off that is so funny

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its not the equation that matters it is how you map it out on the graph, the vertical and horizontal axis are interchangeable. For example if x is the vertical axis and y is the horizontal axis the graph would look different than if y was the vertical axis and x was the horizontal axis. The narrow and wide of a graph depend on the horizontal axis ( how quickly the numbers increase and or how far apart the markers are spaced) ...If the intervals are counted by 5 the graph would be wider than if the intervals were counted by 500.

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I assume this question refers to the coefficient of the squared term in a quadratic and not a variable (as stated in the question). That is, it refers to the a in ax2 + bx + c where x is the variable.When a is a very large positive number, the graph is a very narrow or steep-sided cup shape. As a become smaller, the graph gets wider until, when a equals zero (and the equation is no longer a quadratic) the graph is a horizontal line. Then as a becomes negative, the graph becomes cap shaped. As the magnitude of a increases, the sides of the graph become steeper.

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Outliers will make give the graph a long tail (or tails). Overall, the graph will be flatter and wider.