The point at which the green line intersects the

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the point at which the green line intersects the supply curve (though the location of the green line itself is unchanged); therefore, the Quantity Supplied and Surplus fields change as well.
True or False: You can adjust the graph by selecting and dragging the lines.
Points: 0 / 1 Close Explanation Explanation: Unlike other manipulable graphs, you cannot adjust lines by selecting and dragging on the graph. Instead, you control the position of the lines by adjusting the values in the white fields to the right of the graph. Try Another Version Continue How do I know if I got the answer right? Once you have submitted your answers for an entire problem, your individual answers will be marked either correct with a green check or incorrect with a red X. At this point, you may select the entry field to reveal the correct answer; selecting it again will hide the correct answer. True or False: The correct answer to a numeric entry field will appear only if you click on the fields themselves after selecting Grade It Now . 5. Points and slopes The following graph contains four lines (A, B, C and D), each of which has a slope that is either positive, negative, zero, or infinite. Y-axisX-axisCABD For each of the following scenarios, indicate whether the relationship between the two variables is positive or negative, as well as which line on the previous graph has a slope that reflects this type of relationship. Hint : The X-axis and Y-axis on the graph are not labeled intentionally. You need to substitute the variables from each scenario for the horizontal and vertical axis. For example, in the first scenario, X- axis should be labeled “Income" and Y-axis should be labeled "Education". Scenario Relationship Line As education levels rise, crime rates fall. Error! Filename not specified. Negative Error! Filename not specified. B As poverty rates fall, crime rates fall. Error! Filename not specified. Positive Error! Filename not specified. B As education Error! Filename not specified. Positive Error! Filename not specified. A
Scenario Relationship Line levels rise, income levels rise. Points: 0.83 / 1 True or False: Line D has a slope of infinity.
Because different cities are located in different climates, the relationship between hours of sunlight and average temperature may vary. The following graph shows the relationship between average temperature and hours of sunlight in two cities located in two very different climates. 024681012141618201009080706050403020100AVERAGE TEMPERATURE (Degrees Fahrenheit)SUNLIGHT (Hours per day)ABCD The slope of the orange line between points A and B is Error! Filename not specified. 4 degrees per hour of sunlight , and the slope of the blue line between points C and D is Error! Filename not specified. 4 hours of sunlight per degree . Points: 0 / 1 Close Explanation

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