• anonymous
How do you graph properly??
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  • hectoroftroy
Label both your axes. That means a word such as "time" or "height" to show what you're measuring. And put the units. Such as "seconds" or "inches." If you are showing some continuous process (such as measurements of a person's height that you take as they grow) draw a line between the dots to show that. Otherwise, don't draw a line. And remember to write a graph title, such as "Height vs Time of a Growing Basketball player." Teachers love to take off points for forgetting the darn title.
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