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A graph that shows the relationship between temperature and grams of solute dissolved is a
1. solubility curve.
2. solution curve.
3. solute curve.
4. solvent curve.
Grade 10 Collecting and Interpreting Data
A graphic representation of a demand schedule.
1. Demand schedule
2. substitution effect curve
3. demand curve
4. supply curve
College Collecting and Interpreting Data
What is another name for the Bell Curve?
1. The Bell
2. The Arc Curve
3. The Normal Curve
A curve is                             .
1. a squiggly line
2. commonly found on triangles
3. a line or surface that bends
4. usually shaped like an X
Grade 12 Collecting and Interpreting Data
Grade 11 Collecting and Interpreting Data CCSS: HSS-ID.A.4
The shape that is made by a normal distribution of data is commonly referred to as
1. a normal graph.
2. a bell curve.
3. a normal map.
4. a deviation curve.
What is a graphic representation of a supply schedule?
1. demand curve
2. supply curve
3. demand graph
4. supply figure
The point where a supply curve and a demand curve intersect indicates the -
1. productivity limit
2. cost ceiling
3. equilibrium price
4. marginal profit
Grade 9 Skin, Skeleton, and Muscles
Grade 11 Collecting and Interpreting Data CCSS: HSS-ID.A.4
Which of the following is true about the graph of a normal probability distribution? Choose all correct answers.
1. The curve extends to negative infinity and positive infinity.
2. The area under the curve equals 1.
3. The maximum of the curve occurs at a value greater than zero.
4. The slope of the curve is always positive.
Continuing Education Cosmetology
An increase in supply is the same as
1. a rightward shift in the supply cuve.
2. an upward shift in the supply curve.
3. a downward shift in the supply curve.
4. a leftward shift in the supply curve.