A scale which uses the area of the graph to its maximum.
The scale varies on depending on the graph; there is no standard scale. It is whatever you want it to be.
you make a line graph and then put a scale on it
The scale can be anything that you choose - but you must give it with the graph.
The scale is the numerical system that is used to define the axis of a graph.
The scale in a graph is determined by the range of the dependent and independent variables.
A linear graph. As opposed to a logarithmic scale graph.
The scale of a vertical bar graph is written on the vertical axis.
The horizontal scale typically runs along the bottom of the graph.
You look for that information on the scale. If there is no scale then dismiss the graph as being uninformative.
Almost anything that the creator of the graph chooses.
the scale would be how many units or numbers you go by each line in the line graph.