anonymous
  • anonymous
what do you need in order to make a good graph?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@iYuko
iYuko
  • iYuko
Do you have a specific question?
anonymous
  • anonymous
what do u mean?

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iYuko
  • iYuko
You need something to graph
anonymous
  • anonymous
@tootzrll
iYuko
  • iYuko
Say the costs of dogs in the lats 3 years
anonymous
  • anonymous
it just says how do u make a good graph?
tootzrll
  • tootzrll
a graph? as in a graph for math?
anonymous
  • anonymous
as in any type
tootzrll
  • tootzrll
what grade is this?
iYuko
  • iYuko
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Basically you need at least an x-axis, a y-axis, and a data point. You also need labels for them. You may put functions in, either lines or curves to give meaning to you data. You might even need a legend or at least, some way of explaining what your data means or what you think it means. A good graph will exhibit these characteristics @bayernarethebest123
anonymous
  • anonymous
Oh, and one thing I might add is that your data has to relate to each other. Meaning, your y-values has to somehow relate to your x-values. The details are up to you.
anonymous
  • anonymous
@iYuko is leaning to the right idea.
Brrandyn
  • Brrandyn
To make a "good" graph, have at least: - 75% of the margin filled (x, y axis) - Units are labeled (x, y) - Independent variable in the x-axis - Dependent variable in the y-axis - Title that contains both the independent and dependent variable(s). - An adequate "key" if there are multiple lines/charts.

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