Scatter graphs, Mathematics

Scatter Graphs

- A scatter graph is a graph that comprises of points which have been plotted but are not joined through line segments

- The pattern of the points will definitely reveal the types of relationship existing among variables

- Given sketch graphs will greatly assist in the interpretation of scatter graphs.

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NB: For the above diagram, this is referred to as perfect since the points may easily be represented by a single line graph for illustration when measuring relationship among volumes of sales and profits in a company, the more the company sales the higher the profits.

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