No but you do need a dataset or data range with which to to populate the graph.
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Yes because you need the data on the right and across the bottom to make the graph
They are used to map points on a graph and are used to make real maps as well as graph probabilities and distances.
All we need here is a graph to interpret
You can go to Create A Graph.com or use Microsoft Excel.
You need to answer this. Make a "t" graph and list the pros/cons.
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To make a graph with an experiment, it would be wise to make a short graph at first. Make a rough draft using basic numbers, and draw the graph after the information is gathered.
It depends on what you are graphing. You may need a line graph. A bar graph. I circle graph.
A Scale Should Make The Graph Readable
you make a line graph and then put a scale on it