Q: Is it false that a distance-versus-time graph will never show a horizontal line?

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You only connects dots an a graph when the variable is in constant movement never stopping.

False.

Parallel lines are lines that, if extended, would never intersect with eachother. This means that they are going in the same direction, eg. | |, but not | \. Horizontal means that that are going across, eg. ___________________, not |. An example of a lines that are parallel and horizontal: _____________________________________ _____________________________________

it will never be a vertical line as the slope is velocity and that would be infinite speed

True. A supplier shipment that becomes “frustrated” is, at a minimum, delayed alongthe transportation chain and will not move until all problems are resolved. Manytimes, the shipment never reaches the intended recipient

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Yes it is.

Vertical and horizontal lines in most graphs are called axes (plural of axis). They create the plane on which the graph sits. The X axis is the horizontal axis and goes across the graph. The Y axis is vertical axis and goes up and down the graph. They could also be lines which depict places that the graph never touches; this would be called an asymptote.

No, a circle graph is never a function.

Never. You can use a column graph, or a scatter graph or even a superimposition of the two but there a column scatter graph does not exist.

No, never.

The slope is (change in 'y' produced by a change in 'x') divided by (change in 'x' that produces it). The slope of any horizontal line on the graph is zero because the value of 'y' is the same everywhere on the line. No matter how much you change 'x' along the line, 'y' never changes.

No, horizontal lines are parallel to each other and parallel lines never intersect.

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a continuous line graph is a graph that is similar to a broken line graph but it always grows higher and higher it never goes down. e.g. age

You only connects dots an a graph when the variable is in constant movement never stopping.

false he lives in the hundred acre wood False, he lives in the Hundred-Acre woods

There are many things the graph does not show. It does not show my shoe size, for example.