Linear relationship

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A linear relationship occurs between two variables that are directly proportional to one another. When plotted on a graph these variables will produce a straight line. A change in the Independent variable will always result in the same change in the dependant variable.   
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A linear relationship occurs between two variables that are directly proportional to one another. When plotted on a graph these variables will produce a straight line. A change in the Independent variable will always result in the same change in the dependant variable<ref>Business Dictionary, Linear Relationship, 4/12/18 http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/linear-relationship.html</ref>.&nbsp;  
  
Business Dictionary, Linear Relationship, 4/12/18 http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/linear-relationship.html
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Latest revision as of 18:46, 4 December 2018

A linear relationship occurs between two variables that are directly proportional to one another. When plotted on a graph these variables will produce a straight line. A change in the Independent variable will always result in the same change in the dependant variable[1]

References

  1. Business Dictionary, Linear Relationship, 4/12/18 http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/linear-relationship.html


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