The graph is a concept that we encounter not only in mathematics studies but also in everyday life, therefore it is very important to learn how to produce and understand the information that this tool represents.

The graph is a concept that we encounter not only in mathematics studies but also in everyday life, therefore it is very important to learn how to produce and understand the information that this tool represents.

**A graph is a tool that allows for the transfer and accessibility of any information or data in a visual way.**

- The graph can be a continuous graph (using a continuous line) or a discrete graph (using columns).
- A graph consists of two axes,

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