When a graph shows a trend that is noticeable. Such as a line or a curve in a certain shape.
The trend of a graph is the slope of any line on the graph that indicated a positive or growth factor and/or a negative or decaying factor. If the slope goes negative, the graph's line will go down thus indicating decay. If the slope becomes positive, the graph's line will go up thus indicating growth.
That means the speed (the slope of the position-time graph) is decreasing.
Average plant height is not affected by the amount of multivitamin.
By finding a correlation trend by means of line of best fit.
A trend is usually an upward or downward trend. If the line is highest nearest the vertical axis(the lefthand side of the graph) and slopes downwards, this is a downward trend.
A graph need not have a trend: it is no big deal.
A trend on a graph shows the rising and falling of a subject's popularity. For example, a graph can show a trend in the type of clothing that are being sold or food.
A trend that decreases downward in a scatter plot.
A line graph shows a trend over time.
The graph follows a very strong downward trend. Would have helped if you specified which correlation coefficient; there are different types.
No. Generally speaking, a trend graph has time on the horizontal axis. That is not always the case with line graphs.
It is the downward gradient of the graph.
they're similar because the both of them trend and trend means to increase or decrease