There very well may be but it would only apply to the particular vehicle it was written for. There is no general graph. Many factors determine MPG. Weight, engine size, aerodynamics, terrain, city or highway, just to name a few. Yes, there is a bell curve which depending on your transmission (number of gears, gear ration etc), tops off usually at about 45 mph. You will get the best mileage at the lowest rpm in the highest gear.
You can predict the solubility curve vs Temperature for adiptic acid in water by plotting a graph.
The data on a demand schedule can be plotted on a demand curve. Often, a demand schedule will be created before the creation of a demand curve, so as to allow for greater accuracy when plotting the demand curve.
an increase in price level would lead to a fall in AE, vice versa. So by plotting those points out, you can derive an AD curve
It will show you whether it is a constant rate or if it speeds up or slows down.
how is a market supply curve similar to and diffrent from an individual supply curve
"Choke" the ball (wedge it down between your thumb and forefinger), and tilt your wrist to the left; the ball snaps down and to the right on release. The resulting pitch should drop and curve to the left. Experiment with different speeds and spins. The best method of a curve ball is to learn to throw it curved upward. Instant strike every time, guaranteed.
The cell responds differently to different solutions
the glass is malleable
the market demand curve is the curve related to the demand of the commodity demanded by the group of people to the at different price.
There is no such thing as a general pattern. Depending on the variables and the relationship between them, you can have points all over the plot, exactly on a straight line or a curve, or close to such a line or curve.
It is possible for a car to overturn at fast or slow speeds. This happens when the center of gravity is transferred to one side of the vehicle when going around the curve.