Q: When writing points to be plotted which number is wriiten first x or y?

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Any metric or non-metric units can be represented by points on the plotted line.

The Cartesian plane has a horizontal number line which is the x axis and a vertical number line which is the y axis both axes intercept each other at right angles at the pount of origin whose coordinates are (0, 0) Points are plotted on the plane having numerical values for (x, y) and that x is plotted first followed by y

If it is plotted correctly, there is no reason for it to be anything but accurate.

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A line graph.

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Any metric or non-metric units can be represented by points on the plotted line.

The Cartesian plane has a horizontal number line which is the x axis and a vertical number line which is the y axis both axes intercept each other at right angles at the pount of origin whose coordinates are (0, 0) Points are plotted on the plane having numerical values for (x, y) and that x is plotted first followed by y

If it is plotted correctly, there is no reason for it to be anything but accurate.

Scatter Graph

Incorrectly plotted points.

A line graph.

... plotted accurately.

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They are the data points, plotted on the appropriate coordinates!

No they are not identical points because when plotted on the Cartesian plane they will be in different places.

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