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December, 16, 2008

Interpreting Graphs and Intercepts

Introduction:

Graphs are created so that we can quickly derive meaningful information from them. They provide a visual representation of the data and, therefore, an understanding of the scenario. Interpreting graphs, therefore, is an important skill that you should acquire.

Interpreting Graphs and Intercepts

Introduction:

Graphs are created so that we can quickly derive meaningful information from them. They provide a visual representation of the data and, therefore, an understanding of the scenario. Interpreting graphs, therefore, is an important skill that you should acquire.

Tasks:

Study the line graph provided below. The line in the graph shows crime rates. It depicts the number of victims per 1,000 persons, age 12 years and over, in the United States from 1973 through 2003.

Now, answer the following questions:

1. According to this graph, what is the lowest violent crime rate? In which year was it the lowest?1985

2. What does the x-intercept in this graph represent? highest and lowest crime rate

3. What does the y-intercept in this graph represent? Number of victims per 1000 persons (age 12 yrs. And over)

Deliverables and format:

Submit your answer in a Word document.

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Font: Arial; 10 point

Interpreting Graphs and Intercepts

Tasks:

Study the line graph provided below. This graph shows the average hourly earnings in dollars in the United States from January 1996 through January 2006.

Now, answer the following questions:

1. According to this graph, what are the estimated lowest average earnings? In which year were they the lowest?12 in year month 01/1996

2. Does this graph have an x-intercept or a y-intercept? If yes, what does it represent? Dollars and month/year

3. In which year did the average earnings reach $16 per hour 01/06 year month

Deliverables and format:

Submit your answer in a Word document.

Line Spacing: Double

Font: Arial; 10 point

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**Anya**, Tuesday, December 16, 2008 at 4:21pmYour questions are still not showing. How about you try to only write the questions.

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**sherri**, Tuesday, December 16, 2008 at 4:25pmInterpreting Graphs and Intercepts

Introduction:

Graphs are created so that we can quickly derive meaningful information from them. They provide a visual representation of the data and, therefore, an understanding of the scenario. Interpreting graphs, therefore, is an important skill that you should acquire.

Interpreting Graphs and Intercepts

Introduction:

Graphs are created so that we can quickly derive meaningful information from them. They provide a visual representation of the data and, therefore, an understanding of the scenario. Interpreting graphs, therefore, is an important skill that you should acquire.

Tasks:

Study the line graph provided below. The line in the graph shows crime rates. It depicts the number of victims per 1,000 persons, age 12 years and over, in the United States from 1973 through 2003.

Now, answer the following questions:

1. According to this graph, what is the lowest violent crime rate? In which year was it the lowest?1985

2. What does the x-intercept in this graph represent? highest and lowest crime rate

3. What does the y-intercept in this graph represent? Number of victims per 1000 persons (age 12 yrs. And over)

this is part 2 of assignmentInterpreting Graphs and Intercepts

Tasks:

Study the line graph provided below. This graph shows the average hourly earnings in dollars in the United States from January 1996 through January 2006.

Now, answer the following questions

1. According to this graph, what are the estimated lowest average earnings? In which year were they the lowest?12 in year month 01/1996

2. Does this graph have an x-intercept or a y-intercept? If yes, what does it represent? Dollars and month/year

3. In which year did the average earnings reach $16 per hour 01/06 year month

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**GuruBlue**, Tuesday, December 16, 2008 at 4:37pmWe still don't have the questions.... However we do not do your homework for you. After you have done the work, we will be happy to make corrections or suggestions.