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What does it mean to say two variables are related?

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it means that there are two numbers that are not constant. the value of each number is always related to the other based on an internal function/formual. those two vairables are usually related through a 3rd constant For example, look at surface of a
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Draw a graph of the two variables. If you see any kind of a pattern, they are related. If the graph looks totally random, they are not related.
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Two variables are related means, changing the value f one changes the value of another. Ex:y=x+2 the variables are x and y Anonymous
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it means that there are two numbers that are not constant. the value of each number is always related to the other based on an internal function/formual. those two vairables are usually
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