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Unformatted text preview: graph. **Reading axes is important when interpreting graphs. Each graph that you saw in this lesson was a graph of a function, in which one quantity depended upon another. In order to understand clearly what was happening at any specific point in the graph, you had to interpret information from both axes. As you continue your study of algebra, you will be asked to interpret graphs in many different situations. You will use many of the skills developed in this lesson to analyze these graphs correctly....
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 Spring '08
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