Across |

2. | Another name for trend line. Normally written as an equation of the line. |

5. | a graph relating two sets of data with no actual values. A sketch of a series of events. |

8. | The set of all input values (x) in a relation. |

9. | A trend where both sets of data increase together. Graph moves upward. |

10. | Functions written in the form f(x) = |

12. | A trend where one set of data increases in value as the other set decreases. Graph moves downward. |

14. | A variable whose value relies on the value of a second variable. It changes based on the other variable. Output. |

16. | A graph that relates two sets of data graphed as ordered pairs |

23. | A trend between two sets of data |

24. | A test used to determine if a graph is a function vs. relation. |

25. | A word used to describe data that is measured and can be used to make predictions |

26. | A U shaped graph. |

27. | A relationship between two sets of data |

28. | A function whose graph makes a parabola. |

29. | A line that can be drawn through a scatterplot to show the correlation |

30. | A variable that can take on any value. Does not rely on other variables for its value. Input. |