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there is a strong relationship between the variables

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Any variables can be shown on a graph.

I believe trends in data should be presented in a graph.

There are a few graphs for that but probably the most common and best one is a Line Graph or a Bar Chart.

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there is a strong relationship between the variables

there is no solution

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You could probably do wins by length by width

Any variables can be shown on a graph.

no correalation

Normally, only two variables are assigned to a table graph, one for each axis. You can, however, extend the variables included in a graph by using the box color as an indicator, although this is abnormal and may become confusing and as such its probably best to stick with two variables, an independent and dependent variable.

I believe trends in data should be presented in a graph.

A line or bar graph is ideal for showing trends.

A rather random zig-zag, probably.

Probably where both variables are continuous.

There are a few graphs for that but probably the most common and best one is a Line Graph or a Bar Chart.