## The Points on a Graph

*Sung to the tune of “The Wheels on the Bus”*

The points on a graph are marked with a cross, with a cross,
with a cross. The points on a graph are marked with a cross, so we see them
clearly.

The x-axis is the independent, independent, independent. The
x-axis is the independent; the one you changed on purpose.

The y-axis is the dependent one, the dependent one, the
dependent one. The y-axis is the dependent one; the one you had to measure.

Remember to label the axes, label the axes, label the
axes. Remember to label the axes, and a scale that suits the data.

With two data sets, include a key, include a key,
include a key. With two data sets, include a key which will tell the two lines a-part.

Connect points with a smooth curved line, a smooth curved
line, a smooth curved line. Connect points with a smooth curved line, unless a
ruler goes right through them.

Give the graph a meaningful title, meaningful title,
meaningful title. Give the graph a meaningful title which tells us why you did
this.

The points on a graph are marked with a cross, with a cross,
with a cross. The points on a graph are marked with a cross, so we see them
clearly.

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