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Drawing graphs practice. 1. Plot the data onto the graph that you have been given below. Time Temperature (minutes) (°C) 0 10 5 20 10 30 15 40 20 50 25 60 30 65 35 70 40 70 45 70 50 75 55 80 60 90 2. Join all of the points together with a smooth line. 3. Using the data and the axes below plot a graph to show the results. First think about the biggest numbers you will need on each axes. You should write numbers on the axes that will let you go up to these values. Then plot the points and join them together. Time (minutes) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Speed (m/s) 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 12 9 6 3 Speed (m/s) Time (minutes) 4. Use the data below to plot a graph on graph paper, it will be similar to the first graph you have done from this sheet. This graph will be the one that shows the results from our cooling experiment. You need to decide which labels go on each axes, what numbers you need to go up to on each of these and then plot the points and draw a line as we have done before. Remember if you are really struggling you can use the first graph from this sheet for help. Time Temperature (minutes) (°C) 0 100 1 95 2 90 3 85 4 80 5 75 6 72 7 71 8 71 9 71 10 71 11 70 12 68 13 65 14 60 15 55 16 50 17 45 18 40 19 35 20 30