Because of the word "cumulative". What that means is that the height of the graph for any value (X=x) is the number (or proportion) of observations that were less than or equal to the value x.
Now consider the cumulative value of the graph for a value of X which is bigger than x. All the previous observations were â‰¤ x and so they will be â‰¤ the newer, larger value. So the height of the cumulative graph cannot decrease. It may increase if there are any observations whose value was between x and the new value.
It will show you whether it is a constant rate or if it speeds up or slows down.
in a maths question, you have a table. you add up the frequency column, but every time you add something, you write it down, e.g. frequency cumulative frequency 1 1 5 6 3 9 6 15 and so on :)
a continuous line graph is a graph that is similar to a broken line graph but it always grows higher and higher it never goes down. e.g. age
you are slowing down
it is a down on the graph
graph gx is the reflection of graph fx and then transformed 1 unit down
Scroll down to related links and look at "Frequency spectrum - Wikipedia"
is a graph;that is used to jock down data.(uses dots and connects lines to it)
Up-link freq is higher than down-link freq in GSM You answer is wrong Correct answer is that, down-link frequency is greater than the up-link frequency in GSM. Up-link Frequency = 890 MHz - 915 MHz Down-link Frequency = 935 MHz - 960 MHz
up and down it is the y axis on a graph
To translate the graph y = x to the graph of y = x - 6, shift the graph of y = x down 6 units.
That is impossible. Speed of wave c = frequency f times wavelength λ. To have a constant speed, the frequency goes up and the wavelength goes down or the frequency goes down and the wavelength goes up.
up and down
Once a graph has been created, y would be the axis which is shown up and down on the graph. The x axis is shown from left to right on the graph. Both are reference lines on a graph.
It is three times the fundamental frequency. Scroll down to related links and look at "Calculations of Harmonics from Fundamental Frequency".
The slope for a straight line graph is the ratio of the amount by which the graph goes up (the rise) for every unit that it goes to the right (the run). If the graph goes down, the slope is negative. For a curved graph, the gradient at any point is the slope of the tangent to the graph at that point.
A slanting line down from left to right represents an acceleration on the velocity time graph.
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.
Unfortunately the graph does not show.. But, i can tell you that business cycle is divided into: 1) introduction - start of the graph 2) growth - graph goes up 3) maturity - graph is static and slowly pointing doen 4)decline - graph starts to go down.. if your graph is this way, then the answer is yes..
By this I mean is there a particular electrical pulse width or frequency that H2O breaks down?
It goes down. Wavelength is inversely proportional to the frequency
to graph down
Wavelength times frequency equals speed (of the wave). Therefore, unless you also change the speed, if wavelength goes up, frequency goes down, and vice versa.Wavelength times frequency equals speed (of the wave). Therefore, unless you also change the speed, if wavelength goes up, frequency goes down, and vice versa.Wavelength times frequency equals speed (of the wave). Therefore, unless you also change the speed, if wavelength goes up, frequency goes down, and vice versa.Wavelength times frequency equals speed (of the wave). Therefore, unless you also change the speed, if wavelength goes up, frequency goes down, and vice versa.
The point that moves (if none a new point is made) goes up or down the graph. Up is a positive number. Down is a negative number.
You step down voltage from an AC generator with a transformer.You step down frequency from an AC generator with a motor/generator set, or with an inverter. This is not a common thing to do.