Graphs in Economics

Isaac Vellangany, Rutgers University

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This PowerPoint presentation features an explanation of different types of graphs. Students will learn how to make and interpret a time-series graph, a cross-section graph, and a scatter diagram. Illustrations and text are used to define and calculate the slope of a line and distinguish between linear and nonlinear relationships and between relationships that have a maximum and a minimum.

Resource Type: Scientific Resources:Overview/Reference Work
Topics: Chemistry/Physics/Mathematics