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CALP Graphing cards

IB BIOLOGY CALP

TermDefinition
X-axis The horizontal axis of a graph
Y-axis The vertical axis of a graph
Variable Any factor which may change and affect the investigation
Independent variable The feature of the investigation that is changed by the researcher
Dependent variable The results generated from the investigation
Intersection The points where lines cross on a graph
Key Symbols such as colors and shapes that identify different sets of data in the graph
Positive Correlation When an increase in the independent variable is accompanied by an increase in the dependent variable
Negative Correlation When an increase in the independent variable is accompanied by a decrease in the dependent variable
Plateau When the dependent variable remains constant despite increases in the independent variable
Peaked at The largest value was reached at this point
Increased Became larger
Decreased Became smaller
Created by: biolucy