Q: What points make a vertical line on a graph?

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It makes sense to connect the points on a graph when the variable ont the x axis (bottom line) is able to be split, ex. time

That would be a bar graph.

First make a table of values, then draw axes and label them appropriately Then plot points carefully, and join with a curve or line (the particular way of drawing the line depends on the type of graph: scientific, scatter or mathematical.) Scientific graphs have values resulting from experiments. You draw a curve that follows the general trend of the points. (And passes within experimental error of the points) Scatter graphs are plotted with a straight line of best fit. Mathematical graphs should be joined with curves that pass exactly through the points.

-2x + y = 5 is a line and can have an infinite number of answers.if x=0 then y=5if x=1 then y=7If you graph these two points then draw a line through them you will have a graph of the points made of pairs of numbers that would make this statement true.

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Line graph

You can draw a line graph if you have-- the slope of the line and one point on the lineOR-- two points on the line

What do you mean? As in if you connect two points that make a horizontal line? Are you trying to figure out the Slope? The slope of a horizontal line is 0. And the slope of a vertical line is undifined. If that's what you were asking. Or if you were asking plainly what it is when that happens, it's just a horizontal line.

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

increasing the interval would decreasing the degrees of accuracy of the graph, optically the line seem flatter

It makes sense to connect the points on a graph when the variable ont the x axis (bottom line) is able to be split, ex. time

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

You want to draw a line through your plotted points and try to get equal amounts on either side.

how do you make a banana line graph

That would be a bar graph.

because you have to show your work and make shore its right