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Obvious Predictions are obvious. It's what makes Maths fun. :D

Hey, it's a 1:1 correlation, which is pretty strong.

Can you see the scale on each axis? All I know for sure is that it looks like a linear relationship with the given scales and the given portion of the function... n.n

We don't even know that...the x scale could be linear and the y could be logarithmic. So the relationship could be exponential. (as an example)

Yeah, but it's measured in amount of work accomplished, which is the same scale as the x-axis. Therefore the only possibility is for this graph to be one to one.