Q: What do you call z in an axis?

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The x axis is horizontal and the y axis is vertical.

False.

in or out

For an example, if negative and positive directions on the X and Y axes represent left/right and forward/backward, Z axis represents up/down.

A z-intercept is a point at which a line crosses the z-axis of a Cartesian grid.

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the z axis is at right angles to both the x and the y axis. All 3 axis pass through the origin.

the axis of neck is z axis so this is a true answer.

z axis

z-axis

The z-axis is perpendicular to the plane of the x and y-axes in 3-dimensional space.

The x axis is horizontal and the y axis is vertical.

False.

in or out

extrude

z-axis its in the dictionary

For an example, if negative and positive directions on the X and Y axes represent left/right and forward/backward, Z axis represents up/down.

A z-intercept is a point at which a line crosses the z-axis of a Cartesian grid.