Lesson: Graphing Experimental Data
In this lesson, we will learn how to recognize patterns in graphs of experimental data and interpret them to understand how quantities are related.
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Worksheet: 18 Questions • 1 Video
Several measurements are made of the variables and . The results are plotted in a graph. How are the variables correlated?
Several measurements are made at a point on a city street. The temperature and the sound level are measured several times throughout a six-hour period, and the results are shown in a graph. Which of the following statements most correctly describes how the sound and temperature levels relate to each other?
In the graph, how does the value of the dependent variable change when the value of the independent variable increases?