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graph

 [graf]
a diagram or curve representing data and varying relationships between sets of data.

graph

(graf), Do not confuse this word with graft.
1. A line or tracing denoting varying values of commodities, temperatures, urinary output, etc.; more generally, any geometric or pictorial representation of measurements that might otherwise be expressed in tabular form.
2. Visual display of the relationship between two variables, in which the values of one are plotted on the horizontal axis, the values of the other on the vertical axis; three-dimensional graphs that show relationships between three variables can be depicted and comprehended visually in two dimensions.
[G. graphō, to write]

graph

(graf) a diagram or curve representing varying relationships between sets of data.

graph

(graf) Do not confuse this word with graft.
1. A line or tracing denoting varying values of commodities, temperatures, urinary output, and the like; more generally, any geometric or pictorial representation of measurements that might otherwise be expressed in tabular form.
2. Visual display of the relationship between two variables, in which the values of one are plotted on the horizontal axis, the values of the other on the vertical axis; three-dimensional graphs that show relationships between three variables can be depicted and comprehended visually in two dimensions.
[G. graphō, to write]

graph,

n a diagram used to compare numerical relationships.

graph

1. a diagram or curve representing varying relationships between sets of data. Includes bar, pie, line, scatter diagrams, population pyramids, frequency polygons.
2. Often used as a word ending denoting a recording instrument.
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Given a graph G of maximum degree 3, the semi-graph obtained from G by adding 3 - d(v) semi-edges with endpoint v, for each vertex v of G, is called the cubic semi-graph generated by G and is denoted by s-G.
A two-terminal series-parallel graph is a doubly vertex-rooted graph (G, p, q), as per the following recursive definition.
This particular student drew a line graph without realising it was not appropriate for the data they were given, the student's scale began with the number 2 although there were values below 2 in the data set, and although each graph was partially labelled it may not be enough information for someone who did not know what each graph was about to understand what the student is trying to convey.
3], e(uv) = [absolute value off(u)-f(v)] is edge labeling of the graph.