Q: Draw a set of x and y axes?

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The X and Y axes meet at the origin.

On your graph paper, after you draw and number the 'x' and 'y' axes, draw a straight linethat goes through the point [ y = 2 ] on the y-axis, and has a slope of [ 0.5 ).

The X and Y axes meet at 0,0. X,Y, Z intersect at 0,0,0.

X axis goes across (horizontal) Y axis is up and down (vertical)

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I do not see why anyone should want to do that!

The x is on the top left and y is on the bottom.

It is impossible. If you have three variables, X, Y and Z then the joint probability density function (PDF) of these three variables is a hyper-surface in 4-dimensional space: with axes X, Y, Z and P(X,Y,Z). You cannot draw it.Even if you have only two variables, their joint PDF will be a surface in 3-dimensional space with axes X, Y and P(X,Y). This may be possible with good graphing facilities but, unless X and Y are very simple, you will still struggle to draw it.

The X and Y axes meet at the origin.

On your graph paper, after you draw and number the 'x' and 'y' axes, draw a straight linethat goes through the point [ y = 2 ] on the y-axis, and has a slope of [ 0.5 ).

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X and Y axes.

It is the x axis and the y axis and both axes are found on the Cartesian plane

The X and Y axes meet at 0,0. X,Y, Z intersect at 0,0,0.

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the x axes is the bold line that goes horizontally the one that goes vertically is the y axes!

X axis goes across (horizontal) Y axis is up and down (vertical)