Remember to 'name' the horizontal and vertical axes so that you could describe the relationship clearly.

At the end of the description, make an attempt to write down the equation for the graph (with y being the vertical axis, x being the horizontal axis)

The relationship between the horizontal (x) and vertical (y) axes:

X=Height/Cm

ReplyDeleteY=Time/years

The graph shows how much someone grows over a period of 6 years

10x=2y

5x=y

It's an interesting and relevant scenario to talk about height growth over a period of time.

DeleteHowever, you would have to look at the context more closely.

Does the vertical axis represent the height? or the "amount of height increase"? check what is the starting (initial) value of the vertical axis.

Good attempt of the equation. However need to look at it more carefully to interpret.

When x = 10, we have y = 2

What does it tell about the relationship between x and y?

As a person grows older, the number of tasks he must do in his daily life would increase.

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ReplyDeletex axis : The days of the experiment

ReplyDeletey axis : how tall the plant is

So this graph can mean that as the days increase in numbers, the plant will increase in height

X axis:The number of days since the recruitment company started.

ReplyDeleteY Axis:The number of workers/employee in that company.

This means as the number of days since the company started the number of employees or workers in that company increase.

The graph can represent the changes in the number of trees in a forest reserve, where x axis represents time in years, y axis represents the total number of trees in hundreds.

ReplyDeleteGradient of graph:(y2-y1)/(x2-x1)

(4-2)/(20-10)=1/5

Equation:y=mx+c

y=1/5*x+c

2=1/5*10+c

c=0

Therefore the equation of the graph is y=x/5

'X' axis: Amount of fertiliser/g

ReplyDelete'Y' axis: Height of the green bean plant/cm

10x= 2y

y= 5x

This means that the more the amount of fertiliser, the taller the plant grows.

x-axis: time

ReplyDeletey-axis: monetary value of house

The relationship between X-coordinate and Y-coordinate is 10x = 2y

ReplyDeleteThis can be then applied to different scenarios

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