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# Drawing a scatter graph with +ve and -ve x values watch

1. If you had to draw a scatter graph with x values ranging from -6 to 7, would you have to draw a scatter graph with two different quadrants (-ve and +ve) or could you just put all of the x values in one quadrant and start from -6 and go up to 7?
2. (Original post by jessyjellytot14)
If you had to draw a scatter graph with x values ranging from -6 to 7, would you have to draw a scatter graph with two different quadrants (-ve and +ve) or could you just put all of the x values in one quadrant and start from -6 and go up to 7?
Pretty sure you need to plot the scatter graph as you would a normal one? Do you have an example?
3. The y-axis will still be across y=0, it should always be like this
4. (Original post by Zacken)
Pretty sure you need to plot the scatter graph as you would a normal one? Do you have an example?
https://0120b046f61e7ee5f95eb1315051...%20Edexcel.pdf

It wont let me attach the pic of the graph I drew, but the question is 6 (a).

Basically, does the y-axis have to go through x=0 or can it go through say x = -6 ?
5. (Original post by jessyjellytot14)
https://0120b046f61e7ee5f95eb1315051...%20Edexcel.pdf

It wont let me attach the pic of the graph I drew, but the question is 6 (a).

Basically, does the y-axis have to go through x=0 or can it go through say x = -6 ?
Should go through x=0.

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