A graph need not have a trend: it is no big deal.
A trend on a graph shows the rising and falling of a subject's popularity. For example, a graph can show a trend in the type of clothing that are being sold or food.
A line graph shows a trend over time.
No. Generally speaking, a trend graph has time on the horizontal axis. That is not always the case with line graphs.
they're similar because the both of them trend and trend means to increase or decrease
The downward tend on a graph is called "decay".
trend is the increasing or decreasing in a line graph Example. If u choose to see number of students in a school and they are getting bigger its trend is increasing
that they will not be correct
A trend is how high or low the graph shows
One example of a 'Trend' would be; In a Graph if there is a point in the graph where you start to see a pattern, its sort of like a trend. But usually you have to explain it, you would have to understand all of the data to know what the actual trend is.
It is the description of a slope of a line which connects from many points you mark to show a way that your graph data may increase or decrease. If it is decreasing, you have a downwards trend. If it is increasing, you have an upwards trend.
When a graph shows a trend that is noticeable. Such as a line or a curve in a certain shape.
What is occurring in let's say a graph.
The answer is trend
A trend is usually an upward or downward trend. If the line is highest nearest the vertical axis(the lefthand side of the graph) and slopes downwards, this is a downward trend.
the line that connects the trends of data on a graph
You can fin out what a trend graph looks like on keezmovies.com it is a website about maths and things like graphs in videos so you can be shown how to draw one.
A trend is a math term. It is on a line graph. It is a slope between two variables.