To extrapolate a graph, you need to determine the equation of the line of best fit for the graph's data and use it to calculate values for points outside of the range. Alternatively, on simple line graphs, it is sometime...

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A polynomial trend line is a curved line used in graphs to model nonlinear data points. A polynomial trend line will have a different amount of peaks and valleys depending on its order. A second-degree polynomial has a p...

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To find the line of best fit, create a scatter plot using the available data, then use a pipe cleaner to find the position of a line that is as close to as many of the points as possible. Choose two points along this lin...

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The margin of error formula is an equation that measures the range of values above and below the sample statistic. It is defined by taking the critical value and multiplying it by the standard error of the statistic.

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A climate graph is a type of chart that uses both line and bar graphs to compare temperature and precipitation in a given geographic region over a specific period of time. In all climate graphs, the date range is represe...

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Several types of graphs are used for displaying information in mathematics including the bar graph; pie chart or circle graph; histogram; stem and leaf plot; dot plot; scatter plot; and time-series graphs. The type of gr...

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When a pitcher throws a baseball, it follows a parabolic path, providing a real life example of the graph of a quadratic equation. The parabolic function predicts if the ball arrives in the batting range for the particul...

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