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# Graphing proportional relationships from a table

Sal graphs the equation of a line that represents a proportional relationship given a table. Created by Sal Khan.

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• guys i don't know how to graph still is that imbaressing? • NO. It is not embarrassing. Graphing points is a simple thing to do. When you have a pair of coordinates, the first number is the X axis and the second number is the Y axis. To remember which number goes with what axes, just remember that X comes before Y in the alphabet. On the graph, each axes will have numbers on it. The number on the pair of coordinates, corresponds to the number on the graph. For example: A random pair coordinates that was given was (9,2). The fist number is the X axis and the value is nine. I find number 9 on the X axis and wait there. The second number is 2, so from the 9 go up to the 2 on the Y axis. One you place to dot, you are done.
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──────████──██████████ • • what if my table dose not have integer values for both coordinates how do i graph them. • could you guys not do the soo simple ones do ones that are a bit more complicated cause this one doesn't help at all I always get 4.8 never a perfect whole number like 1 5 or 6 • Can a relationship be proportion if the slope negative or positive and will the slope be the same or different?   • 