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Unformatted text preview: We want our data to be spread out across the line, so divide the the number of spaces on the x axis (30) by the difference of our chosen range (7 0 = 7). The answer you get is about 4.3, so to keep it simple and even, every 4 spaces on our x axis will be worth 1 year. Y axis explanation The range of y values from lowest to highest is 2.2 4.3 years. Ideally, our graphs y axis should contain numbers slightly lower and higher than this range, so lets make our graph range from 2.0 4.5. We want our data to be spread out across the line, so divide the the number of spaces on the y axis (30) by the difference of our chosen range (4.5 2.0 = 2.5). The answer you get is exactly 12, so to keep it simple and even, every 12 spaces on our x axis will be worth 1 cm. Note that if 12 squares = 1 cm, then 6 squares = 0.5 cm, and 3 squares = 0.25 cm. The graph...
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This note was uploaded on 09/27/2011 for the course CHEM idk taught by Professor All during the Spring '11 term at University of Houston.
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