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Q: What does the graph of a line represent?

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It can represent the graph of a strict inequality where the inequality is satisfied by the area on one side of the dashed line and not on the other. Points on the line do not satisfy the inequality.

It depends on what you are graphing. You may need a line graph. A bar graph. I circle graph.

A straight line.

No. A time graph is a special type of line graph. A line graph can represent any two variables such as height and weight of a group of people. Nothing to do with time.

This depends upon the graph; you can graph any kind of information that you like.

Instead of connecting points with a line, a bar graph uses bars to represent data.

The slope of a line on a position/time graph, represents rate of change.

manipulated variable

legend

The curved line on a time vs. distance graph represents that the object is accelerating.

A-If there exists a vertical line that intersects the graph at exactly one point, the graph represents a function.B-If there exists a vertical line that intersects the graph at exactly one point, the graph does not represent a function. C-If there exists a vertical line that intersects the graph at more than one point, the graph represents a function.-DIf there exists a vertical line that intersects the graph at more than one point, the graph does not represent a function

i dont think you can use a line graph for that. i think a table would be better...

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