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A line graph can also be a whole unbroken line.

Answer:

False

**Explanation:**

A graph which has whole unbroken lines are called linear graph.

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so today i have a question a line graph
can also be a whole unbroken line
so is it true or false it's a true first
question
so basically it will be false
now why false because
see the definition will be a graph okay
a graph which has
which has whole
unbroken line okay which has a whole
unbroken
lines are called
we all know that are called linear
graphs
are called linear graphs so that's why
it's false
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