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## How do you describe a chart from a graph?

Describing language of a graph

- UP: increase / rise / grow / went up / soar / double / multiply / climb / exceed /
- DOWN: decrease / drop / fall / decline / plummet / halve / depreciate / plunge.
- UP & DOWN: fluctuate / undulated / dip /
- SAME: stable (stabilised) / levelled off / remained constant or steady / consistent.

## How do you describe the trend of a graph?

A trend is the general direction in which something is developing or changing over time. A projection is a prediction of future change. Trends and projections are usually illustrated using line graphs in which the horizontal axis represents time.

**What is a graph description?**

Graph description is related to the section of findings, where researchers often present their data in graphs, or tables, or charts and provide a description to highlight the major trends. Graph description is a basic and important skill in academic writing.

**How do you describe a line on a graph?**

The formal term to describe a straight line graph is linear, whether or not it goes through the origin, and the relationship between the two variables is called a linear relationship. Similarly, the relationship shown by a curved graph is called non-linear.

### What is graph and example?

Graph is defined as to create a diagram that shows a relationship between two or more things. The definition of a graph is a diagram showing the relationships between two or more things. An example of graph is a pie chart.

### What are the basic graphs?

A basic two-dimensional graph consists of a vertical and a horizontal line that intersects at a point called origin. The horizontal line is the x axis, the vertical line is the y axis. In simple line graphs, the x and y axes are each divided into evenly spaced subdivisions that are assigned to numerical values.

**What are the different types of line graphs?**

There are 3 main types of line graphs in statistics namely, a simple line graph, multiple line graph, and a compound line graph. Each of these graph types has different uses depending on the kind of data that is being evaluated.

**What is Graph and its uses?**

Graphs are a common method to visually illustrate relationships in the data. The purpose of a graph is to present data that are too numerous or complicated to be described adequately in the text and in less space. If the data shows pronounced trends or reveals relations between variables, a graph should be used.

#### What are the types of graph?

Types of Graphs and Charts

- Bar Chart/Graph.
- Pie Chart.
- Line Graph or Chart.
- Histogram Chart.
- Area Chart.
- Dot Graph or Plot.
- Scatter Plot.
- Bubble Chart.

#### What are the advantages of using graphs?

Advantages:

- Graph can be created proportionally to the quantity it needs to represent.
- Displays multiple classes of data in one chart.
- Puts large sums of data into visual form for easy understanding.
- More visually appealing than other graphs.
- Offers easy calculations of data accuracy.
- Requires little explanation.

**What are the advantages and disadvantages of line graphs?**

Line graph: Advantage: It’s better for seeing the rate clearly. Disadvantage: It’s harder to compare.

**What are the advantages of using charts and graphs?**

Advantages

- show each data category in a frequency distribution.
- display relative numbers or proportions of multiple categories.
- summarize a large data set in visual form.
- clarify trends better than do tables.
- estimate key values at a glance.
- permit a visual check of the accuracy and reasonableness of calculations.

## What are the advantages and disadvantages of charts and graphs?

Advantages: summarize a large dataset in visual form; easily compare two or three data sets; better clarify trends than do tables; estimate key values at a glance. Disadvantages: require additional written or verbal explanation; can be easily manipulated to give false impressions.

## What are the disadvantages of line graphs?

What Are the Disadvantages of A Line Graph?

- Plotting too many lines over the graph makes it cluttered and confusing to read.
- A wide range of data is challenging to plot over a line graph.
- They are only ideal for representing data made of total figures such as values of total rainfall in a month.

**What are the disadvantages of using charts and graphs?**

The major disadvantage of using charts and graphs is that these aids may oversimplify data, which can provide a misleading view of the data. Attempting to correct this can make charts overly complex, which can make their value in aiding a presentation less useful.

**What are the advantages of a multiple line graph?**

Multiple line graphs have space-saving characteristics over a comparable grouped bar graph. Because the data values are marked by small marks (points) and not bars, they do not have to be offset from each other (only when data values are very dense does this become a problem).

### What is multiple line graph?

A multiple line graph shows the relationship between independent and dependent values of multiple sets of data. Usually multiple line graphs are used to show trends over time. In the graph, each data value is represented by a point in the graph that are connected by a line.

### What are line graphs used for?

Line graphs are used to track changes over short and long periods of time. When smaller changes exist, line graphs are better to use than bar graphs. Line graphs can also be used to compare changes over the same period of time for more than one group.

**What are limitations of line charts?**

– Line graphs can only be used to show data over time. – If consistent scales on the axis aren’t used, it might lead to the data of a line graph appearing inaccurate. – Also, line graphs are inconvenient if you have to plot fractions or decimal numbers.

**What are the advantages and disadvantages of scatter graphs?**

What are the Merits and Demerits of Scatter Diagram?

- Merits:
- (i) Scatter Diagrams are easy to draw.
- (ii) It can be easily understood and interpreted.
- (iii) Values of extreme items do not affect this method.
- Demerits:
- (i) These diagrams are unable to measure the precise extent of correlation.
- (ii) It is not a quantitative measure of the relationship between the variables.

#### What is divergent line graph?

Divergent line graph Are graphs which represents negative (minus value) and positive (plus value) around a mean. They are loss and gain graphs which show divergence or variation between export and import or profit and loss etc. The mean is represented by zero axis drawn horizontally across the graph paper.

#### What are the advantages and disadvantages of pie charts?

Advantages

- display relative proportions of multiple classes of data.
- size of the circle can be made proportional to the total quantity it represents.
- summarize a large data set in visual form.
- be visually simpler than other types of graphs.
- permit a visual check of the reasonableness or accuracy of calculations.

**Which is a disadvantage of pie charts?**

disadvantages of pie chart: it does not easily reveal exact values. pie chart does not easily show changes over time. pie charts fails to reveal key assumptions, causes, effects or patterns. pie charts can easily be manipulated to yield false impressions.

**Why are 3D pie charts misleading?**

The usage of percentages as labels on a pie chart can be misleading when the sample size is small. Making a pie chart 3D or adding a slant will make interpretation difficult due to distorted effect of perspective. Bar-charted pie graphs in which the height of the slices is varied may confuse the reader.

## Why are pie charts hated?

Finally, it’s much easier to distort the data on a pie chart than any other type. Because we’re already so bad at distinguishing between the different slices of the pie, if you tilt a pie chart or make it 3D, as is so popular in many programs, you quickly make it even harder to read and distort your data even more.

## Why are bar charts better than pie charts?

In short, a pie chart can only be used if the sum of the individual parts add up to a meaningful whole, and is built for visualizing how each part contributes to that whole. Meanwhile, a bar chart can be used for a broader range of data types, not just for breaking down a whole into components.

**When should you not use a pie chart?**

Whenever there is similarity in the information available, a pie chart is not the right chart to use. Whenever there are multiple (3 or more) different points of data, a pie chart is not the right chart to use. Pie charts are very easy to abuse.

**What two features are parts of a line graph?**

Explanation: Line graphs consist of two axes: x-axis (horizontal) and y-axis (vertical), graphically denoted as (x,y). Each axis represents a different data type, and the points at which they intersect is (0,0). The x-axis is the independent axis as its values are not dependent on anything measured.

### How do you describe a straight line?

By definition, a straight line is the set of all points between and extending beyond two points. The two properties of straight lines in Euclidean geometry are that they have only one dimension, length, and they extend in two directions forever.

### WHAT IS function and its type?

1. Injective (One-to-One) Functions: A function in which one element of Domain Set is connected to one element of Co-Domain Set. 2. Surjective (Onto) Functions: A function in which every element of Co-Domain Set has one pre-image.

**WHAT IS function and their graphs?**

A function can also be described as a set of ordered pairs (x, y) such that for any x-value in the set, there is only one y-value. This graphical representation allows us to use a test to decide whether or not we have the graph of a function: The Vertical Line Test.

**Which graph is an example of a function?**

Let f(x) = x2 – 3. Graphs of functions are graphs of equations that have been solved for y! The graph of f(x) in this example is the graph of y = x2 – 3. It is easy to generate points on the graph. Choose a value for the first coordinate, then evaluate f at that number to find the second coordinate.

#### What are the six basic graphs?

Terms in this set (6)

- Rational (y=1/x) D= x not equal to zero. R= y not equal to zero.
- Radical (y=square root of x) D= greater than or equal to 0.
- Absolute value (y=|x|) D= all real numbers.
- Cubic (y=x^3) D= all real numbers.
- Quadratic (y=x^2) D= all real numbers.
- Linear (y=x) D= all real numbers.

#### How do you identify a graph?

Inspect the graph to see if any vertical line drawn would intersect the curve more than once. If there is any such line, the graph does not represent a function. If no vertical line can intersect the curve more than once, the graph does represent a function.

**How do you know if it’s a function?**

Determining whether a relation is a function on a graph is relatively easy by using the vertical line test. If a vertical line crosses the relation on the graph only once in all locations, the relation is a function. However, if a vertical line crosses the relation more than once, the relation is not a function.

**What can you say about the graph of the two function?**

Answer: The group of the functions are opposite to each other. Step-by-step explanation: The first Graph is wider than the second Graph.