Scatter plot graph which variable goes on the horizontal and which goes on the vertical the variables are ageand education?
i'd put age on the horizontal and education on the vertical
In a scatterplot graph subjects age and education in years which variable goes horizontal and which goes vertical?
Independent and dependent variables are graphed on the axes of a rectangular grid (e.g. graph paper). The important thing is to understand which is which. The independent variable is graphed on the horizontal (x-) axis. In an experiment you choose values of the independent variable and measure the values of the dependent variable (it "depends' on the other). The dependent variable is graphed on the vertical (y-) axis.
X and Y do not stand for anything. They are merely letters that represent a variable in an algebraic equation. X is generally used as the first variable, and Y is used as the second variable, to differentiate the difference between two variables so one letter does not need to be used for two variables. In GRAPHS, they stand for the axis line. X is the horizontal axis, and Y is the vertical axis.
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How do you determine which values are represented on the vertical axis vs the horizontal axis when you are given a problem situation?
There are two regression lines if there are two variables - one line for the regression of the first variable on the second and another line for the regression of the second variable on the first. If there are n variables you can have n*(n-1) regression lines. With the least squares method, the first of two line focuses on the vertical distance between the points and the regression line whereas the second focuses on the…
It represents the fact that a small change in the variable which is plotted on the horizontal axis with the given scale, is associated with a large change in the variable potted on the vertical axis with its scale. Note that the steepness can be changed by simply increasing the scale factor on the horizontal axis or decreasing it on the vertical axis.
In science, independent variables are variables that you control the change of, to see how somethings changes as a result of changing these variables. Dependent variables are variables that change because the independent variables are changed, but you don't change directly. A good example of this would be an experiment where you're measing how cold a glass of water gets after putting in different amounts of ice in it and wating 5 minutes. The independant…
Distance and Time are variables and always moving. Therefore the answer is no. Let's suppose: If time is the vertical axis and distance (travelled) the horizontal axis. Standing still (not travelling) would show a vertical graph line. If distance is the vertical axis and time the horizontal axis. Then standing still would form a horizontal line based on time alone.
The x-axis should display the independent variable (i.e. the one that is controlled by the person carrying the experiment) while the y-axis should display the dependent variable (i.e. the one that varies because of the changing independent variables). [The y-axis is vertical (up and down); the x-axis is horizontal (side-to-side)]