Q: How do you find the scale of a line graph?

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It depend what is the question of your graph. A normal graph consist an x-axis and a y-axis and the relationship is y against x. First you need to write the title,draw the axis,find a suitable scale on each axis and put a legand(which contain the information of your scale per boxes or rather 1cm or 2cm depending what type of graph paper you are using),use the table of data you have and start plotting, the line of the graph is normally draw freehand and line best fit(does not mean a straight line or must cross all the plot but a neat and nice straight or curve line) or otherwise a straight line connecting all the plot depending on type of graph you are drawing.

A scale which uses the area of the graph to its maximum.

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you make a line graph and then put a scale on it

the scale would be how many units or numbers you go by each line in the line graph.

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.

wha is the interval on a line graph, scale from 0-25?..

linear: LINE example--- line non-linear: not a LINE example--- parabola The other possibility is a graph with a non-linear scale. First a linear scale will have each unit represent the same amount, regardless of where you are on the scale. A semilog scale, has a linear scale in the horizontal direction, and a logarithmic scale in the vertical direction. Exponential functions (such as ex & 10x), will graph as a straight line on this type of graph scale). A logarithmic or log-log scale, has logarithmic scales on both horizontal and vertical axis. Power functions (such as sqrt(x), x2 and x3), graph as a straight line on these scales. See Related Link

On the left.

A jagged line on a graph's axis, or the scale, is called a break and represents a 'skip' in the scaling to higher values.

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