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What is a graph?

A graph is a visual representation of numerical or other  information, often used for comparative purposes. Mathematical  graphs include those in geometry that indicate poin (MORE)

What is textual graph?

A textual graph is a graph where the results and comparisons are  written out instead of expressed in numbers. A textual graph has a  list of comparisons divided into column (MORE)

What is the purpose of a graph?

I think it is to show the data you have collected. and to present it in a summary form, wich some people find easier to understand.
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What is forest in graph theory?

a graph that contains at least one null vertex is called forest answer from :abdul rasheed rind: "the collection of trees is called forest" SS:A forest is an undirected gr (MORE)
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How to read a graph?

A graph has two axes, the one running top to bottom (vertical or y axis) and one running right to left (horizontal or x axis). You can run your finger up the y axis to the poi (MORE)
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How is a Planar graph used is graph theory?

In graph theory, a planar graph is a graph that can be embedded in the plane, i.e., it can be drawn on the plane in such a way that its edges intersect only at their endpoints (MORE)