Q: What does nature of a graph mean?

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It is the point of origin of the x and y axes of the graph

What do you mean by "top of the graph"? Do you mean the highest value? The top of the graph is called "the top of the graph" There's no term for it.

A Data Graph is a just a graph of data :) -Hope This Helps =D

The answer depends on the nature of the numbers in the table and what you wish to show in the graph. You can graph virtually any set of numbers. For rather an unusual use of graphics see the attached link:

The graph moves to the left.

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The graph is linear.

what do you mean? how do you know a graph has no automorphisms? what do you mean? how do you know a graph has no automorphisms?

It is the point of origin of the x and y axes of the graph

What do you mean by "top of the graph"? Do you mean the highest value? The top of the graph is called "the top of the graph" There's no term for it.

the distance time graph will show a linear or a straight line

the distance time graph will show a linear or a straight line

line graph

A Data Graph is a just a graph of data :) -Hope This Helps =D

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straight line curve

A graph that leads you to think something else

a U shaped graph i mean