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Q: How is graphing a circle easier than ellipses?

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Graphing is not necessarily easier than elimination or substitution. If you are good at drawing graphs, and do not like algebra, then graphing is easier. However, elimination and substitution are much faster, and graphing can often get awkward when working with more complicated formulae.

If the inequality is > or< then it is an open circle. If it is greater than or equal to or less than or equal to, it is a closed circle.

Graphing calculators are true to their name: they can graph out equaitions. Letting the calculator graph out equations is a lot easier than plotting and drawing your own graph, but you do not NEED a graphing calculator. Besides that, their functions are similar to other scientific caculators.

Kepler did not discover ellipses. In 1605 he discovered that the orbits of the planets were ellipses rather than perfect circles.

so that you can easily tell what the answer is by extending the line on the graph instead of calculating it

In a circle graph it is easier to see shares of the total than in other kinds of graphs.

it is more easier to see which subject has more than the other

Because the diameter is a straight line.

It is easier because the legs carry the whole weight of the body and if you lift it for a longer time your balance will go.

In an inequality, you have to shade a side of a line to see show if the possible answers are greater than or equal to it

Not greatly. To graph an inequality, you start off graphing the corresponding equality. It is only then that you select one side or the other (with or without the graph itself), as the region of interest.

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Its easier to see which subject has more than the other so you dont have to look at it super close.

Johann Kepler. 1609.

One small area is easier to protect from potential competitors than many small areas.

The convention is that ellipses following a menu item usually means that the menu item will open a dialog box with further choices, rather than immediately carrying out an action.

less than one half the circle

What ? Anything can be smaller than a semi-circle, depending on the size of thesemi-circle. Anything can also be bigger than a semi-circle, if the semi-circle issmall enough. The question is peculiar.

It depends on what you are graphing and the domain. If you are tracking daily temperature in your town, for example, the only difference will be in the y-intercept: that is how high or low your graph is. If you must show the origin on the chart, though, the vertical scale will be much greater. If graphing some aspect of thermodynamics, the Kelvin graph should be simpler because it is likely to go through the origin.

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Skiing is def. easier than snowboarding!

Yes, people can turn into mermaids, its totally possible!

circle graphs create a visual picture of a proportion compared to a whole. Sometimes it is easier to see 25% of this, 15 % of that, and 60 % of something in a circle graph than to hear someone verbally say it to you. Also, you can easily compare two percentages together.

antarctic circle is colder than arctic circle

It is easier to talk about a task than do it.