## How do you interpret and describe a graph?

To interpret a graph or chart, read the title, look at the key, read the labels. Then study the graph to understand what it shows. Read the title of the graph or chart. It will explain symbols and colors used in the graph or chart.

**How do you describe a graph in statistics?**

The spread is the range of the data. And, the shape describes the type of graph. The four ways to describe shape are whether it is symmetric, how many peaks it has, if it is skewed to the left or right, and whether it is uniform. A graph with a single peak is called unimodal.

**How do you label a graph?**

The proper form for a graph title is “y-axis variable vs. x-axis variable.” For example, if you were comparing the the amount of fertilizer to how much a plant grew, the amount of fertilizer would be the independent, or x-axis variable and the growth would be the dependent, or y-axis variable.

### How do you comment on a graph shape?

And, the shape describes the type of graph. The four ways to describe shape are whether it is symmetric, how many peaks it has, if it is skewed to the left or right, and whether it is uniform. A graph with a single peak is called unimodal. A single peak over the center is called bell-shaped.

**How do you describe the shape of your graph?**

And, the shape describes the type of graph. The four ways to describe shape are whether it is symmetric, how many peaks it has, if it is skewed to the left or right, and whether it is uniform. A graph with a single peak is called unimodal.

**How do you plot a graph?**

To plot the graph of a function, you need to take the following steps −. Define x, by specifying the range of values for the variable x, for which the function is to be plotted. Define the function, y = f(x) Call the plot command, as plot(x, y)

#### How do you write the equation for a graph?

In order to use a graph to write an equation, you first need to have plot points. Pick 2 points on the line if there isn’t already any on the graph. After you find two points, find the slope. (Formula: y = mx + b) After you solve the slope, try finding the y-intercept.

**How do you graph the system?**

Step 1: Place the linear equations in slope-intercept form. Step 2: Graph the lines and use the graph to find the common point. Step 3: Check your answer and present it as an ordered pair. Accuracy here is important, use graph paper and a straight edge when using the graphing method to solve linear systems.