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A scatter plot was created from the data shown. Which describes the variables in the scatter plat created from the data?

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    |dw:1434341906748:dw| A. The independent variable is calories and graphed along the horizontal axis. B. The independent variable is calories and is graphed along the vertical axis C. The independent variable is time and is graphed along the horizontal axis D. The independent variable is time and is graphed along the vertical axis

  2. jim_thompson5910
    • one year ago
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    In nearly every case, time will be the independent variable The independent variable is ALWAYS along the horizontal axis

  3. jim_thompson5910
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    The calories is the dependent variable since it depends on the time value the dependent variable is always plotted along the vertical axis

  4. anonymous
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    @10115658 @LegendarySadist @Lyralei @mathstudent55 @mathscience4ever @Nnesha

  5. wolf1728
    • one year ago
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    Here are the values in a more manageable form: Min Calories 14 336 30 930 45 990 28 700 19 532 60 1501 53 1166 48 1248 27 729 36 1008 SORTED By Minutes: Min Calories 14 336 19 532 27 729 28 700 30 930 36 1,008 45 990 48 1,248 53 1,166 60 1,501 And a graphic of this data is attached. If you want to get a FREE spreadsheet program which also does graphs automatically for you, then download Open Office at this link: https://www.openoffice.org/download/ It's like Microsoft Office but it is 100% FREE!! And it is what I used to generate the graphic I just posted. :-)

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