







Plotting a function 
20071206 

From Paula: My son has a problem that says plot the point:
2x3y=9
I have explained to him that there must be a function for y in order to plot that point, but he doesn't think so. The question above that one says find the function for y, and I assume we should use that function. Am I wrong? Can we plot a point without a y function. Answered by Stephen La Rocque. 





Statistics data 
20070308 

From Parnini: The following table shows the expenditure on different household items by a family. Draw a line graph for the following data: Items : Food Rent Cloth Education Saving Others Expenditure : 2000 2.500 1.500 1.200 4000 3.500 Answered by Stephen La Rocque. 





Brokenline graphs and histograms 
20060216 

From George:
1. What is the main difference between a brokenline graph and a histogram? Both represent continuous variables.
2. What is the correct way to read a multiplication array: xaxis first and then yaxis, other way around or it doesn't matter?
Answered by Penny Nom. 





Broken line graphs 
19991019 

From Lori Samara, Kristi Cameron and the 4th grade students: Students in Ms. Cameron's grade 4 class were wondering if a broken line can be used anywhere in the range on the y  axis when creating a broken line graph? They understand that the broken line can be used at the 0 on the broken line but what if there is a large gap in the data from 100  200? What do we do? The text book and mathematics dictionary do not answer these questions. Answered by Penny Nom. 

