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Q: An X-Y graph with plots of observations allows sketching a trend line. What does the slope of the trend line represent? A. the rate of change in accuracy of the data B. the slope of the trend
line has no meaning in experiments C. how much time it will take to perform the experiment D. the ratio of the independent variable to the dependent variable
A: The slope of the trend line represents A. the rate of change in accuracy of the data.
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User: An X-Y graph with plots of observations allows sketching a trend line. What does the slope of the trend line represent

User: An X-Y graph with plots of observations allows sketching a trend line. What does the slope of the trend line represent? A. the rate of change in accuracy of the data B. the slope of the trend line has no meaning in experiments C. how much time it will take to perform the experiment D. the ratio of the independent variable to the dependent variable

Weegy: The slope of the trend line represents A. the rate of change in accuracy of the data.
OxTornado007|Points 6369|

User: On an X-Y graph, where is the dependent variable scale (the marked increments)? A. The dependent variable scale is along the X-axis (horizontal). B. The dependent variable scale is along the trend line. C. The dependent variable scale is along the Y-axis (vertical). D. The dependent variable scale is not part of an X-Y graph.

Weegy: C. The dependent variable scale is along the Y-axis (vertical).
Alinail|Points 180|

User: Which representation of the observed data is best to show quantities instead of trends? A. table B. bar chart C. X-Y graph trend line D. X-Y graph plots

Weegy: B. bar chart
mrspainter22|Points 252|

User: What is the most precise method for recording data points during an experiment? A. plotting the data point on an X-Y graph B. creating a pie chart for each observation C. filling a table with the changed and measured data values D. marking the closest point on the trend line of an X-Y graph

Weegy: C. filling a table with the changed and measured data values
jasonharris161|Points 20|

User: An X-Y graph with plots of observations allows sketching a trend line. What does the slope of the trend line represent? A. the rate of change in accuracy of the data B. the slope of the trend line has no meaning in experiments C. how much time it will take to perform the experiment D. the ratio of the independent variable to the dependent variable

Weegy: The slope of the trend line represents A. the rate of change in accuracy of the data.
OxTornado007|Points 6369|

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