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Bret wants to plot a graph to show the prices of different numbers of skateboards. He has to plot the following points: (1, 49.99), (2, 99.98), (3, 149.97), (4, 199.96) Which of the following best describes how the y-axis should be labeled? From 0 to 200 at intervals of 50 From 0 to 400 at intervals of 50 From 0 to 500 at intervals of 100 From 0 to 150 at intervals of 100

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    @OregonDuck can you help?

  2. steve816
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    Hey there, the points are defined by (x , y)

  3. steve816
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    the second number in the coordinate would be the y coordinate.

  4. steve816
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    So look, we start at (0, 0) then we go up to (1, 49.99), then (2, 99.98) and so on.

  5. steve816
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    Look at the second number in each of the coordinate, what do you notice?

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