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- yolomcswagginsggg

Yes ma'am?

- DN_20

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- anonymous

with?

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- anonymous

put what?

- DN_20

Press "Attach File"?

- anonymous

a function?

- ShadowLegendX

What do you need help with?

- xxImHisGirlxx

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- xxImHisGirlxx

Which axis would be labeled foot length? (2 points)
x-axis
y-axis

- PhantomCrow

Feet as in the unit of measurement?

- jim_thompson5910

usually, the first column represents the x values, the second column represents the y values
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- dancing_stars23

length would be x
height would be y

- jim_thompson5910

left column is the input column of the function (domain)
right column is the output column of the function (range)

- xxImHisGirlxx

What would be the horizontal scale?
63â€“66
8.0â€“8.7
60â€“70
7.3â€“9.4

- jim_thompson5910

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- jim_thompson5910

and to make the numbers "cleaner" or simpler, you can round to the nearest ten
eg: 47 rounds to 50

- xxImHisGirlxx

What would be the vertical scale?
63â€“66
8.0â€“8.7*MYANSWER
60â€“70
7.3â€“9.4

- jim_thompson5910

is 7.3 in the interval from 8.0 to 8.7?
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- xxImHisGirlxx

No ?

- xxImHisGirlxx

would it be 7.3-9.4?

- jim_thompson5910

yes, that's more inclusive

- xxImHisGirlxx

What kind of pattern does the scatterplot show?
linear relationship
non-linear relationship
no relationship
not enough data to determine a pattern

- jim_thompson5910

what graph did you get when you plot all of the points?

- xxImHisGirlxx

I think its nonlinear ?

- jim_thompson5910

why do you think that?

- xxImHisGirlxx

I don't know, maybe I didn't graph it right. I think it's either B or C?

- jim_thompson5910

what tool did you use to graph?

- xxImHisGirlxx

what do you mean?

- jim_thompson5910

how did you graph the points?

- jim_thompson5910

on paper? or using technology?

- xxImHisGirlxx

on paper

- jim_thompson5910

hopefully graph paper?

- xxImHisGirlxx

I re did it, is it linear? and yes

- jim_thompson5910

You should have something like this. The red line is fairly close to every point so the points are in a linear relationship

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- xxImHisGirlxx

Thank you so much!

- jim_thompson5910

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