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no.. it depends on which length u assume to be unity
what do u mean by unity?
unit length, i.e 1
well for the length of my graphing paper its 20 and the width is 30
first of all ... see check the maximum value in your data. then ... see how many edges of squares are there on your graph paper make your scale such that maximum data fits on your graph
yeah, clear answer
ummm my graphing paper is given like small on a worksheet.... do i still do the same thing?
im sorry can u explain a little more im reaaaalllllyyy bad at setting the scale on a graph
if you have 900, 1200 ...types of data on x-axis then set one unit on x is 100 if you have data like 90, 120, ... then set scale as 10,20 ..
what if on the x-axis the data doubles each time starting by 20 then 40 and 80 and so on? What if the y-axis it also doubles such as 2, 4, 8, 16 and so on? what would be my scale ?
keep scale to fit it ... 1unit = 20 so you have 20,40,60, .. thats the flexibility of scale
would that be for the x or y axis?
on which side is your data? try to scale both according to their data
my data is on the y axis
and don't you have independent variable??
would independent variable be the constant?
no .. what's on your x side ... do you just have a set of data???
my x is the time
what is the interval ... put 1 unit = 1 interval on x-side.
scale x=20,40,60 ,, 1 unit = 20 s y = 1,2,3 .. 1 unit = 1