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I need a suggestion for what to go by for a couple of charts.

1. (-4,1), (-1,3.4), (1.5, 5.4), (6.4, 9.32) and (9,11.4)

2. (-4, 4.4), (-1, 2), (2.4, -0.72), (11, -0.76), and (14, -10)

Thank you!

Are you asking how to graph those? If so, then since they are ordered pairs, you can graph them as points.

The first number in the parantheses is the X intercept and the second number is the y intercept

Not quite, Chopsticks. You used the term "intercept" erroneously.
In each of the pairs, the first number is the x coordinate, and the second is the y coordinate.

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