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placed correctly or incorrectly on the graph. In addition to the standard explanations that appear for all questions, a correct version of the graph willalso appear next to each graph you constructed. Select this graph (labeled Correct Answer) to swap its position with that of the graph you submittedand to see an enlarged version of it. To switch back to the view with your graded graph being enlarged, select the smaller graph now labeled YourAnswer.Note: Not all graphs are graded, some are simply given to you to assist with answering the rest of the question. Unless the instructions tell you that aparticular graph is not graded, assume that it will be graded.Which of the following statements regarding the graphs tool are correct?Check all that apply.
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Try Another VersionContinueWhile most graphs will contain manipulable, graded elements, some graphs may be entirely static; that is, they only present information and donot allow you to make changes. Others do allow you to make changes, but you will not be graded on those changes.For graphs that do contain gradable elements, after you select Check Answer, a smaller version of the correct graph will appear next to thegraph you submitted for grading. Select the correct graph to view an enlarged version, and you will see it change places with the graph showingyour answer. To reverse the positions again, select the smaller graph (now labeled Your Answer).Copyright Notices·Terms of Use·Privacy Notice·Security Notice·AccessibilitySessionTimeout59:42
Points:1 / 1Attempts: 3.8--Average: 3.8 / 47. Connected points and curvesCommon features among graph objectsEach object you can manipulate or place on the graph has its own unique features as well as some features that are shared with other graph objects.A common feature is that each of these items, when required, will be represented on the palette. As long as a particular palette symbol remains incolor, you may drag additional instances of that object onto the graph. Note that sometimes you will be given more instances of a particular objectthan you are required to place on the graph, so just because the palette remains in color does notmean you must place additional items on thegraph.Drag as many orange points (square symbol) from the palette as you can onto the graph.Working with connected pointsWhen using the connected points tool, it is important to plot the points in the correct order or else your work will be scored incorrectly. Once you haveplaced points on the graph, you can change the shape of the object by selecting and dragging any one of the points.

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