# graph

^{1}graph

*noun*\ˈgraf\

## Definition of *GRAPH*

**:**the collection of all points whose coordinates satisfy a given relation (as a function)

**:**a diagram (as a series of one or more points, lines, line segments, curves, or areas) that represents the variation of a variable in comparison with that of one or more other variables

**:**a collection of vertices and edges that join pairs of vertices

## Origin of *GRAPH*

*graphic formula*

## Other Mathematics and Statistics Terms

^{2}graph

*transitive verb*

mathematics : to show (something) with a graph

## Full Definition of *GRAPH*

**:**to represent by a graph

**:**to plot on a graph

## Examples of *GRAPH*

- Students were asked to
*graph*each equation.

## First Known Use of *GRAPH*

## Other Mathematics and Statistics Terms

^{3}graph

*noun*

## Definition of *GRAPH*

**:**a written or printed representation of a basic unit of speech (as a phoneme or syllable);

*especially*

**:**grapheme 1

**:**a single occurrence of a letter of an alphabet in any of its various shapes

## Origin of *GRAPH*

*-graph*

## graph

*noun*

*(Concise Encyclopedia)*

Visual representation of a data set or a mathematical equation, inequality, or function to show relationships or tendencies that these formulas can only suggest symbolically and abstractly. Though histograms and pie charts are also graphs, the term usually applies to point plots on a coordinate system. For example, a graph of the relationship between real numbers and their squares matches each real number on a horizontal axis with its square on a vertical axis. The resulting set of points in this case is a parabola. A graph of an inequality is usually a shaded region on one side of a curve, whose shape depends not only on the equation or inequality but on the coordinate system chosen.

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