Q: What does to graph a point mean?

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It is the point of origin of the x and y axes of the graph

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The period of time from one point on the graph (ex. A) to another point on a graph (ex. B) that on the x axis.

the point (0,0) on a graph

It represents the point of intersection on a graph.

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It is the point of origin of the x and y axes of the graph

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The period of time from one point on the graph (ex. A) to another point on a graph (ex. B) that on the x axis.

the point (0,0) on a graph

To graph a point is to plot a point on a chart, graph, grid, etc.

It is simply called a point on the graph, or a solution to the equation represented by the graph.

It represents the point of intersection on a graph.

a point on a graph where if the graph is transformed the point stays the same.

I am assuming the you are talking about the graph of the derivative. The graph of the derivative of F(x) is the graph such that, for any x, the value of x on the graph of the derivative of F(x) is the slope at point x in F(x).

The highest point on a graph is when the derivative of the graph equals 0 or the slope is constant.

It usually means that the line ends there but does not include that point.