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In the context of an ellipse, the vertical axis is the major axis.

horizontal

horizontal

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Horizon is not right, its vertical!

It is classed as an improper fraction

when a fraction is not in lowest term is there ius a whole number greater than 1 which divides into both the numerator and denominator evenly

By determining the GCF of the numerator and the denominator. If the GCF is greater than 1, divide each term by that number. If the GCF is 1, the fraction is in its simplest form.

y-axis

Both!

The x-axis in coordinate geometry is the horizontal axis and the y-axis is the vertical axis.

If the co-ordinate you are talking about is in the form of (X,Y) X is the term on the x axis (Bottom axis) Y is the term on the y axis (The Vertical axis) the total co-ordinate will be where the unit on each axis cross.

the bottom number is the denominatorThe denominator.

The denominator

denominator

Denominator - the bottom number of a fraction. In the term "1/2" or "one-half," the one is the numerator (top number) and the two is the denominator. It is what the top number is divided by. Nothing "does" denominator.

By determining the GCF of the numerator and the denominator. If the GCF is greater than 1, divide each term by that number. If the GCF is 1, the fraction is in its simplest form.

By determining the GCF of the numerator and the denominator. If the GCF is greater than 1, divide each term by that number. If the GCF is 1, the fraction is in its simplest form.

No, you can also use conjugates with more than one radical term. For example, if the denominator is root(2) + root(3), you can use the conjugate root(2) - root(3) to rationalize the denominator.

The denominator.

the term for the bottom number on a fraction is the denominator. The top number is the numerator. Example: in the fraction 2/3, the 2 is the numerator and the 3 is the denominator.

Another name for the x axis is the horizontal axis.The x-axis is the axis where you draw the x-values. Traditionally, this is often the horizontal axis, although it need not always be so.

Orbit is a term meaning the rotation of an object on an axis, or the particular rotation something makes. The term orbit is used for describing the manner in which planets rotate on their axis, and more!

rotate

The German-Italian Alliance was called the Axis. This is where the term "Axis Powers" comes from.