line graph


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line graph

[′līn ‚graf]
(mathematics)
A graph in which successive points representing the value of a variable at selected values of the independent variable are connected by straight lines.
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Own a mobile device 2011 2013 2017 Higher-income 73% 91% 99% Lower-income 34% 61% 96% Note: Table made from line graph.
We show when gluing of two independence complexes line graphs complement graphs can be expressed as independence complex line graph and complement of gluing of two graphs.
24 hours 9% 1-2 days 26% 3-5 days 38% 1-2 weeks 15% 2-4 weeks 8% Note: Table made from line graph.
1) Each table is accompanied by a line graph that plots trends in the mean price over the years 2008 through 2013.
HOW IT WORKS: Developed by Sarasota resident and former MIT think tank consultant Steve Rothman in honor of his late mother, the Rothman Index integrates with medical records software to access more than SO indicators of a patient's health, then uses that information to generate a basic line graph, which allows new health care providers to see quickly if the patient's health has been improving or deteriorating over a period of time.
04 1% '05 1% '06 2% '07 3% '08 5% '09 6% '10 12% '11 19% '12 20% '13 Note: Table made from line graph
The line graph below shows about how many tornadoes were reported in the U.
The process input is displayed in horizontal bar graph, line graph charting or standard digital format.
As the line graph below shows, confidence in banks slumped in the recession of the early 1980s, and again in the late 1980s and early 1990s with the savings and loan bailout.
The process input is displayed in a horizontal bar graph, line graph charting or standard digital format.
The "hockey stick" is a line graph that's become a superstar.
The line graph L(H) of a graph H is the simple graph defined by V(L(H)) = E(H) and ee' [member of] E(L(H)) if and only if e and e' have a vertex in common and e [not equal to] e'.