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Q: What is a graph with lines connected to data points called?

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Select a few values for "x"; calculate the corresponding "y" values; plot the points on the graphing paper; join the points with lines. In fact, that's the method used to draw just about any graph.

If you want to draw a good graph, draw a smooth curve. If you just draw straight lines connecting the points, depending on which points you pick, you could get a really inaccurate graph. So, always plot a lot of points before drawing a line, and draw a smooth line!

Coplanar lines are 2 or more lines located on the same plane. Ex.: If you draw 2 or more lines on a graph, they are all coplanar (the plane they are all on is the piece of paper you drew the graph on).

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Because their is no lines on the graph to connect the point.

a line graph.

a graph that uses two lines connected by points to show value

Its called a line graph

On a Weather Map, the lines connecting points of equal temperature are called Isotherms.Similarly, the lines that connect points of equal barometric pressure are called Isobars.

because when you put them together you get a graph and the points on the graph are your answer

Scatter plots show how much one variable is affected by another,A graph that uses points connected by lines to show how something changes in value

A graph is used for graphing lines and points. A graph consist of rows columns and units.

(continuous or discrete)

it depends which way it curls. if it goes to the right its a hyperbola line grpah and if it goes to the left its a parabola line graph.

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