Q: What does a trend show on a graph?

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A trend is how high or low the graph shows

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.

A graph need not have a trend: it is no big deal.

A line graph shows a trend over time.

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that they will not be correct

A trend is how high or low the graph shows

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.

Graph

Yes.

It would probally be a Line Graph

A graph need not have a trend: it is no big deal.

A line graph shows a trend over time.

Scatter graph. Double-line Graph

Trend Graph

No. Generally speaking, a trend graph has time on the horizontal axis. That is not always the case with line graphs.