Try www.treeage.com to draw one
The diameter of the circle is the length running through the center. From one side to the other. Note: Two times the radius, equals the diameter.
Draw a straight line through the point on the y-axis where y=2, and give it a slope of -4.
Simplest way to graph a line like this is on a normal x-y axis. (y vertical, x horizontal) Two methods for drawing the graph # Use the equation to find the value of y when x is zero, and the value of x when y is zero. Plot the two points on the graph (the will be on the axis lines). Then draw a straight line through them. ---- # Rearrange the equation to find y in terms of x e.g. in the form y = mx +c where m and c are numbers. Plot the point (0,c) and then plot another point say at x = 1 (1,m+c). Then draw a straight line through both points. In is example: -x + 5y = 10 when x = 0, 5y = 10 or y = 2 when y = 0, -x = 10 or x = -10 plot the two points (0,2) and (-10,0) and then draw a straight line between them. Sometimes its hard to do this method as if your axis don't go up to -10 the graph will be hard to draw. or => -x+5y = 10 => 5y = x + 10 => y = x/5 + 1/2 plot (0,1/2) and say (1,7/10) and draw the straight line through those points
It is not possible to draw a diagram in this browser but the answer is 33.33... (repeating. In a diagram, you can draw a circle (to represent 100) and draw two radii which are 120 degrees apart.
Draw the x and y axises. Draw 6 tic marks to represent "6." Draw a horizontal line right through with arrows (< and >) at the end to represent that it is constant.
write down the facts. Form an equation. Organize into a table. List potential formulas. Draw a diagram.
There isn't a physical weathering equation, only chemical. You can draw a partile diagram though!! :D
bird circle inside the animal circle
draw the diagram of the process of communication
draw or obtain a diagram of the metric conversion step
We cannot represent diagrams on WA
Draw a rectangle and shade it in, across its whole width and along two thirds of its length.
Its kind of hard to draw a graph in pure text... Try plugging your equation into www.wolframalpha.com/ ;)