## What does a continuous line graph look like?

Continuous graphs are graphs that appear as one smooth curve, with no holes or gaps. Intuitively, continuous graphs are those that can be drawn without lifting a pencil.

## Do you put continuous data in a line graph?

Continuous data: appropriate for a line graph Line graphs make sense for continuous data on the y-axis, since continuous data are measured on a scale with many possible values. Some examples of continuous data are: Age. Blood pressure.

**What make a graph continuous?**

A function is continuous when its graph is a single unbroken curve … that you could draw without lifting your pen from the paper.

### Is a line graph discrete or continuous?

A discrete graph is one with scattered points. They may or may not show a direction or trend. They don’t have data in between the points already given. A continuous graph has a line because there is data in between the points already given.

### When should a line graph be used?

Line graphs are used to track changes over short and long periods of time. When smaller changes exist, line graphs are better to use than bar graphs. Line graphs can also be used to compare changes over the same period of time for more than one group.

**What does a line graph look like?**

A line graph shows how a value changes, usually over time. Most line graphs look like a jagged line going across the page. How high the line is above a time marked on the axis tells you how high the value is. A dieter may use a line graph to track how their weight fluctuates as time goes by.

## What is the best graph for continuous data?

Histograms are useful for displaying continuous data. Bar graphs, line graphs, and histograms have an x- and y-axis.

## How do you interpret a line graph?

The horizontal label across the bottom and the vertical label along the side tells us what kinds of data is being shown. The horizontal scale across the bottom and the vertical scale along the side tell us how much or how many. The points or dots on the graph represents the x,y coordinates or ordered pairs.

**What is continuous function example?**

Continuous functions are functions that have no restrictions throughout their domain or a given interval. Their graphs won’t contain any asymptotes or signs of discontinuities as well. The graph of $f(x) = x^3 – 4x^2 – x + 10$ as shown below is a great example of a continuous function’s graph.

### What is a continuous graph examples?

Continuous graphs are graphs where there is a value of y for every single value of x, and each point is immediately next to the point on either side of it so that the line of the graph is uninterrupted. For example, the red line and the blue line on the graph below are continuous. The green line is discontinuous.

### How do you know if it is discrete or continuous?

A discrete variable is a variable whose value is obtained by counting. A continuous variable is a variable whose value is obtained by measuring. A random variable is a variable whose value is a numerical outcome of a random phenomenon. A discrete random variable X has a countable number of possible values.

**What are the disadvantages of line graphs?**

Line Graph Disadvantages

- Plotting too many lines over the graph makes it cluttered and confusing to read.
- A wide range of data is challenging to plot over a line graph.
- They are only ideal for representing data that have numerical values and total figures such as values of total rainfall in a month.