The graph is called a corrdinate plane. The horizontal is called the x-axis. The verticle is the y-axis.
It is called the horizontal axis.
It is the Y-axis.
Yes, on a graph, the horizontal axis is called the x-axis.
It is called the cartesian plane
A graph with distance on the vertical axis and time on the horizontal axis is called adistance-time graph. Time is directly proportional to time because as the direction increases, so does time.
The y-axis is the vertical line on a line graph.
The horizontal axis is the x axis and the vertical axis is the y axis
The gradient. If you consider the formula for any graph, Y=mx+c, then m is the gradient of the line. You can find the gradient by deltaY/deltaX (change in y axis divided by change in X axis).
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Vertical and horizontal lines in most graphs are called axes (plural of axis). They create the plane on which the graph sits. The X axis is the horizontal axis and goes across the graph. The Y axis is vertical axis and goes up and down the graph. They could also be lines which depict places that the graph never touches; this would be called an asymptote.
A coordinate graph has two perpendicular lines, or axes, labeled with number and called number lines. The horizontal axis is called the x-axis. The vertical axis is called the y-axis. The point where the x-axis and y-axis intersect is called the origin. I'm doing this in school now!
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Y axis going up; and X axis going across.
The vertical axis of a graph/chart is the y axis, making the horizontal the x axis.
This is called the y-intercept and represents the value of the plotted function at x = 0.The place where the graph crosses the y axis is called the y intercept.
It is the axis of symmetry.
It is called the dependent variable