Graph paper has lines on it that run vertical and
horizontal so you can create graphs in order to plot
Graphing paper has vertical and horizontal lines that form rows and columns of squares for the purpose of drawing graphs. Just ask someone in the office supply store for graph paper.
it comes in a pad of paper, Walmart and other stores carry it, even your local grocery store might carry it in the pens/paper/pencils aisle. Its covered by small blue lines in 1/4 inch squares. Usually costs less than $3 a pad. A pad should last you all school year and you may have some left over at the end of the school year. Good luck with your math.
no its white with squares all over it tiny lightly printed squares.normaly light green lines...like what an architect would use
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