In this video you will learn how to use graphs to relate two quantities. Two important key words that you need to know for this topic are independent variable and dependent variable. Independent variable is the input value of a function and is always graphed on the x-axis. The dependent variable is always graphed on the y-axis and is the output value of a function. The example provided in this video is a word problem in which you have to identify the independent and dependent variable. Then you have to describe how to graph relates to both quantities. For more details on this topic, please watch the following algebra video.

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