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Multiple line graphs

You may be given a graph with several different lines on it. Multiple line graphs can be confusing, even for the pros, but they’re not too bad if you can keep your head. All you have to do is make sure you’re looking at the correct line – the graph will have a key beside it telling you which graph is which.

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