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What are the disadvantages of a line graph?

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extremely inaccurate if you try to draw it freehand and extremely inconvenient if you have to plot fractions or decimal numbers.
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A line graph is typically discussed and taught in algebra. A line graph is basically a representation of two coordinates, x and y. A line graph is nothing more than a single line.
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Line graphs simply use a line to connect the data
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1. Express the lines in the slope-intercept form. The formula is y = mx + b, where "m" is the slope and "b" refers to the y-intercept (the point where the line
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