What situation could the graph represent? a. total rainfall during a rainy day b. temperature as the weather changes from rainy to snowy c. speed of a car start
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a. total rainfall during a rainy day
b. temperature as the weather changes from rainy to snowy
c. speed of a car starting from a stop sign and then approaching a stoplight
d. riding your bike slowly up a steep hill and then quickly down the other side
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1. User Answers rthomas111
Answer:
b
Stepbystep explanation:
It can only be b because the graph is steadily decreasing (negative slope). if it's raining, the temperature is above freezing, and then the rain would turn to snow if the temperature dropped below freezing. So that matches the graph.
For a, total rainfall in a day, the total would keep going up, so it would have a positive slope.
For c, the speed of the car would be at 0 at the beginning when in's at the stop sign, and the graph is starting out well above 0.
For d, the graph would have to go up then down to represent the hill.

2. User Answers Anonym
Answer:
 Option B
Stepbystep explanation:
This is because it is the most suitable option than other graphs. Let's verify all options.
 Option A => This does not do anything with the graph.
 Option B => This is the most reasonable option because it states that the weather changes from rainy to snowy. As the graph decreases, the temperature changes.
 Option C => This graph is halfway correct, but halfway incorrect. This is because if the speed of the car increases, the graph should increase. However, this graph shows the line decreasing. Hence, this does not do anything of the graph.
 Option D => This graph is halfway correct, but halfway incorrect. This is because if the speed of the bike increases, the graph should increase. However, this graph shows the line decreasing. Hence, this does not do anything of the graph.