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0:00 1:38 Suggested clip How to Make a Line Graph in Numbers on the iPad (one variable YouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clip How to Make a Line Graph in Numbers on the iPad (one variable
Start a new page layout document. Click the Charts button on the toolbar. Click the Line Graph option. Click to view larger image. A line graph will appear with sample data. Bring up the Inspector window. Go to the Chart inspector. Click Axis. We'll start by setting some options for the Y axis.
To graph a point, first locate its position on the x-axis, then find its location on the y-axis, and finally plot where these meet. The center point of the graph is called the origin and is written as the point (0, 0) because it's located at the zero point on the x-axis and the zero point on the y-axis.
Enter your data into Excel. Choose one of nine graph and chart options to make. Highlight your data and 'Insert' your desired graph. Switch the data on each axis, if necessary. Adjust your data's layout and colors. Change the size of your chart's legend and axis labels.
2:49 6:13 Suggested clip How to plot inequalities on a number line | Pre-Algebra | Khan YouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clip How to plot inequalities on a number line | Pre-Algebra | Khan
Find the number on the other side of the inequality sign from the variable (like the 4 in x > 4). Sketch a number line and draw an open circle around that number. Fill in the circle if and only if the variable can also equal that number. Shade all numbers the variable can be.
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