What it means is horizontal line is like the horizon it goes across
A ray in math is a part of a line that has one end point
the x axis
Its simple jail
you measure it.
a line that goes right across
a ray in maths is a arm of an angle.
ray is a line segment that extends forever in one direction
The horizontal and vertical amplifier in the cathode-ray oscilloscope are deflection plates. The horizontal amplifier causes the beam to be deflected horizontally at a rate that is uniform. The vertical amplifier causes the beam to deflect vertically.
A ray in math begins as a point (or dot, in laymans terms) with a straight arrow coming from it.
Here's a horizontal ------- Here are some verticals .... arranged horizontally
Ray which cross vertical line is called horizental ray.... as simply u can see the gray line is vertical of my text
The horizontal axis runs left to right because it is horizontal. The vertical axis runs up and down. In math, 'y' is associated with the horizontal axis and 'x' is associated with the vertical axis.
If a shell is fired from the ground with velocity of 1600 m and an angle of 64 to the horizontal then it would have a horizontal rang of 55.0. This is considered math.
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The word abscissa can either refer the horizontal axis (the x-axis) in a cartesian coordinate system or the actual coordinate plotted on the horizontal axis.
Usually it is the horizontal ray... it can be called whatever it is representing.
It is a figure that has a horizontal line drawn across it.http://wiki.answers.com/What_is_are_Nowats#ixzz17Tr6Qznh
A synonym for the y-axis is the vertical axis. In math, a graph has a vertical and a horizontal axis. Another name for the horizontal axis is the x -axis.
Horizontal is this way ----------------------- It's the opposite of vertical which is up and down. Hope that helps! ^.^ Pay attention in math! XD Jk, jk.
Yes, if the three points are collinear.