AlgebraGRAPHINGThe first step is to label the x-axis and the y-axis. Let the x-axis be time in minutes andthe y-axis be temperature in °F.The next step is to establish the units of measurement along each axis. The x-axis mustrange from 0 to 120, the y-axis from 400 to 500.The points are then plotted one by one. Figure 2 shows the resulting Cartesian coordinategraph.Figure 2 Cartesian Coordinate Graph ofTemperature vs. TimeExample: The density of water was measured over a range of temperatures. Plot thefollowing recorded data on a Cartesian coordinate graph.Temperature(°C)Density(g/ml)40° 0.99250° 0.98860° 0.98370° 0.97880° 0.97290° 0.965100° 0.958Rev. 0 Page 75 MA-02

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