A graph is a picture designed to express words, particularly the connection between two or more quantities. You can see a graph on the right. A simple graph usually shows the relationship between two numbers or measurements in the form of a grid.

## What is a graph answer?

A graph is a mathematical diagram which shows the relationship between two or more sets of numbers or measurements. Synonyms: diagram, figure, table, chart More Synonyms of graph. COBUILD Advanced English Dictionary.

## Why is a graph?

Graphs are a common method to visually illustrate relationships in the data. The purpose of a graph is to present data that are too numerous or complicated to be described adequately in the text and in less space. Do not, however, use graphs for small amounts of data that could be conveyed succinctly in a sentence.

## What are graphs definition for kids?

definition: a diagram that shows a relationship between two or more changing things by lines, bars, dots, or portions of a circle.

graph, graphical record(verb) a visual representation of the relations between certain quantities plotted with reference to a set of axes.

## What logy means?

Logy is defined as a particular branch or field. An example of logy used as a suffix is in the word biology, the study of living matter.

## What are the six basic graphs?

Terms in this set (6)Rational (y=1/x) D= x not equal to zero. R= y not equal to zero.Radical (y=square root of x) D= greater than or equal to 0. Absolute value (y=|x|) D= all real numbers. Cubic (y=x^3) D= all real numbers. Quadratic (y=x^2) D= all real numbers. Linear (y=x) D= all real numbers.

## What do Laggy means?

Filters. Having a delayed response to a change in the factors influencing it. Gasoline prices usually show a laggier response to crude-oil price reduction than to crude-oil price increases. adjective.

## What is root word of logy?

-logy comes from Greek, where it has the meaning word. It is attached to roots to form nouns with the meanings: field of study, discipline; list of:astro- (= star) + -logy → astrology (= study of the influence of stars on events);bio- (= life) + -logy → biology (= study of living things).