Their first coordinates are positive and their second coordinates are negative.
Cuz is math in variable has to be true in good to be with the graph or u know messed up the graph
That is not true. It is possible for a data set to have a coefficient of determination to be 0.5 and none of the points to lies on the regression line.
The x coordinate in the second quadrant is negative while the y coordinate is positive.
They are all on the Y axis.
The x-coordinate must be the same for all points on the line.
After plotting the graph appropriately, you set the highest tensile strength as the highest stress value. You then divide by the other points to find the true value.
It could be a line segment within a quadrant that does not have an x or y intercept Or a graph with a restricted domain, for example, y = 1/x where x>0
Yes, it shows the data in a different way
True. Of the four quadrants of the United States, the southeastern quadrant gets the most tornadoes.