Identify three different variables from either recent news stories, the web, or that you encounter in your everyday life. Only one of the variables can be “time” as an independent variable.
For inspiration, use the examples listed in the solution to Example 1 on p. 537 of the text, or the Week 4 Discussion Sample, (you must select different examples!). There should be three examples total..
After you have identified three different variables, make a table of between 10 and 20 entries of data values for each of your variable pair.
Then, graph your data–values, for each variable pair, and describe in words the function that relates the variables.