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Q: A graph that uses coordinate planes to display paired data?

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Their first coordinates are positive and their second coordinates are negative.

Usually the first of the two numbers that comprise the ordered pair. However, in the case of a displacement-time graph, the first is usually the t-coordinate (time) and the x-coordinate is the second (displacement).

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It is a bar chart.

A graph that shows continuous data is a graph that goes diagonally straight without and ups or downs, and it is a constant rate/ has the same amount between each coordinate as it goes up/down each time!

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