Q: What are the components of a scientific graph?

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The y intercept

Any kind of graph can be used. It depends on the nature of the data, the type of comparison and the preferences of the person writing up the results.

In the general category of communicating your results. most call it "analyzing results"

bar graph, double bar graph, line graph, and picto graph

Pie graph, column graph , tally graph, Histogram

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The 5 components of a good graph are... 1. Independent variable 2. Dependent variable 3. Trend line 4. Graph title 5.To have equal intervals or spaces in-between numbers on a grid

scientific method

The y intercept

If the scales on the two axes are linear, then the graph must be a straight line through the origin which is not one of the axes..

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You can split the mixed costs into the fixed and variable components using a scatter graph by assigning the fixed variable to the x axis and the variable component to the y axis.

The x-axis, which is the dependent variable, and the y-axis, which is the independent variable.

If the graph is for Ohmic components e.g resistor or wires -Constant gradient -V is proportional to I The second graph is for Non-Ohmic components e.g Filament lamps/diodes -(v is NOT proportional to I) -Gradient is high at the origin (0,0) and low at the top due to an increase in resistance Hope this helps!! I couldn't put the pictures on, but just google a Filament lamp graph and they will come up :)

Questioning, observing, forming an hypothesis, choosing a study method, and analyzing results are five essential components of a simple scientific experiment. They are used in high school classrooms and scientific laboratories.

All of the components that comprise a television set are developed due to scientific discoveries. TV as a medium, is scientific when showing programs about science.

Observing and examining