When connecting points on a graph, you: join each point to the next point with a line segment (connect the dots) draw a line or curve of best fit, even if there is an odd dot it does not go through try to make the line as straight as possible while passing through all the points add intermittent points to misrepresent the data
even if there is an odd dot it does not go through try to make the line as straight as possible while passing through all the points add intermittent points to misrepresent the data
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When connecting points on a graph, you join each point to the next point with a line segment.
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