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## Question:

Sidaanth kept a chart of his savings .which point represents this relationship?

## Answer:

__Point B__ in the **graph **represents the relationship to Sidhaanth’s savings.

### How do we read a graph in the Coordinate (x-y) plane?

A **point **on the **graph **can be read as a point (x, y) where y is the **perpendicular distance **of the point from the x-axis and x is the **perpendicular distance **of the point from the y-axis.

### How do we solve the given question?

We are asked to tell the point that represents Sidhaanth’s savings among the points A and B.

We **analyze **each point like this:

Point A:

The **perpendicular distance **from the y-axis (x) = 1 unit.

The **perpendicular distance **from the x-axis (y) = 28 units.

∴ The **point **is (1, 28) which says that Sidhaanth’s weekly savings are $28.00. This is not true, as his weekly saving, as seen from the table is $7.00.

So, **point **A doesn’t represent the relationship to Sidhaanth’s savings.

Point B:

The **perpendicular distance **from the y-axis (x) = 2 units.

The **perpendicular distance **from the x-axis (y) = 14 units.

∴ The **point **is (2, 14) which says that Sidhaanth saves $14.00 every 2 weeks. This is true, as we can see from the table that his savings in the 2nd week are $14.00.

So, **point **B represents the relationship to Sidhaanth’s savings.

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