A Linear equation can be defined as the equation having the maximum only one degree. A Nonlinear equation can be defined as the equation having the maximum degree 2 or more than 2. A linear equation forms a straight line on the graph. A nonlinear equation forms a curve on the graph.

- What type of graph would you use to compare two variables?
- Which type of graph would you use to show comparisons explain?
- What data is used in a line graph?
- What is linear equation give example and show the graph?
- How do you know if its linear or nonlinear?
- Is this set of ordered pairs a function?
- What is the test to determine if a graph represents a function Quizizz?
- How many outputs are there for each input in a function?
- Which relation is not a function?
- What is an example of not a function?
- Which relation defined by a graph is a function?
- Which type of graph shows the best relationship between variables?
- Which graph is used to compare independent variables?
- How do you determine the dependent variable?
- What are the variables in a survey?
- What are the different types of survey methods?
- What are dependent and independent variables in a survey?

## What type of graph would you use to compare two variables?

Bar graphs

## Which type of graph would you use to show comparisons explain?

Bar graphs are used to compare facts. The bars provide a visual display for comparing quantities in different categories or groups. Bar graphs help us to see relationships quickly.

## What data is used in a line graph?

Line graphs are drawn so that the independent data are on the horizontal a-axis (e.g. time) and the dependent data are on the vertical y-axis. Line graphs are used to track changes over short and long periods of time. There is some debate about the degree of measurement between time points.

## What is linear equation give example and show the graph?

Example: y = 2x + 1 is a linear equation: The graph of y = 2x+1 is a straight line. When x increases, y increases twice as fast, so we need 2x. When x is 0, y is already 1.

## How do you know if its linear or nonlinear?

Plot the equation as a graph if you have not been given a graph. Determine whether the line is straight or curved. If the line is straight, the equation is linear. If it is curved, it is a nonlinear equation.

## Is this set of ordered pairs a function?

What is a Function? A function is a way of dealing with an “input” , applying some “rule” (the function), and then getting an “output” . A function is a set of ordered pairs in which no two different ordered pairs have the same x -coordinate. An equation that produces such a set of ordered pairs defines a function.

## What is the test to determine if a graph represents a function Quizizz?

Using the vertical line test, determine if the graph above shows a relation, a function, both a relation and a function, or neither a relation or a function.

## How many outputs are there for each input in a function?

one output

## Which relation is not a function?

ANSWER: Sample answer: You can determine whether each element of the domain is paired with exactly one element of the range. For example, if given a graph, you could use the vertical line test; if a vertical line intersects the graph more than once, then the relation that the graph represents is not a function.

## What is an example of not a function?

Vertical lines are not functions. The equations y=±√x and x2+y2=9 are examples of non-functions because there is at least one x-value with two or more y-values.

## Which relation defined by a graph is a function?

Special relations where every x-value (input) corresponds to exactly one y-value (output) are called functions. If any vertical line intersects the graph more than once, then the graph does not represent a function. If an algebraic equation defines a function, then we can use the notation f(x)=y.

## Which type of graph shows the best relationship between variables?

Scatter plot (scattergram) A classical chart for any statistician when it comes to correlation and distribution analysis. It’s perfect for searching distribution trends in data. The variable on the y-axis is a dependent variable while the x-axis variable – independent.

## Which graph is used to compare independent variables?

A scatter plot is often used to show relationships between independent and dependent variables. Instead of connected data points with a line, a best-fit line can be used to find a trend in data. Scatter plots are frequently used for creating a standard curve in chemistry, as is shown in the graph below.

## How do you determine the dependent variable?

The dependent variable is the one that depends on the value of some other number. If, say, y = x+3, then the value y can have depends on what the value of x is. Another way to put it is the dependent variable is the output value and the independent variable is the input value.

## What are the variables in a survey?

A variable is a characteristic of the individual (assuming we are studying individuals). The answer to each question on the survey forms a variable. For example, sex is a variable-some individuals in the sample are male and some are female. Age is a variable; individuals vary in their ages.

## What are the different types of survey methods?

Here’s a look at the top seven types of survey methods being used today.

- Interviews. This used to be one of the most popular types of survey to conduct, involving conducting face-to-face surveys with an individual.
- Focus Groups.
- Panel Sampling.
- Telephone Surveys.
- 5. Mail-in Surveys.
- Kiosk Surveys.
- Online Surveys.

## What are dependent and independent variables in a survey?

In survey research, an independent variable is thought to influence, or at least be correlated with, another variable: the dependent variable. In population studies, patterns in data help researchers determine which variables are independent. More than one independent variable may influence a dependent variable.

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