Q: What does x goes into y mean?

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Do you mean the axis? The y axis goes up and down while the x axis goes left and right.

x.

Unless I'm missing something, the y variable goes on the y axis and the x variable goes on the x axis.

the x-axis goes horizontally (like this _______ ) and the y-axis goes vertically (like this | )

No, day goes on the x axis and time goes on the y axis.

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Do you mean the axis? The y axis goes up and down while the x axis goes left and right.

X goes on the x-axis, and y goes on the y-axis....

x.

Lets say Y=1, when Y goes up 1, x goes up 5 times that amount (5). So if Y=1, y goes up 1 and x goes right 5.

Unless I'm missing something, the y variable goes on the y axis and the x variable goes on the x axis.

The X axis goes left to right, while the Y axis goes up and down.

The x coordinate goes first.

If you mean: y = x - a/x Then: y = x - ax-1 y' = 1 + ax-2 y' = 1 + a/x2 If you mean: y = (x - a)/x Then: y = 1 - ax-1 y' = ax-2 y' = a/x2

the x-axis goes horizontally (like this _______ ) and the y-axis goes vertically (like this | )

No, day goes on the x axis and time goes on the y axis.

yes X is horizontal, Y is verticalIn a Cartesian Plane, yes. If you have only an x and a y axis, then the x is horizontal and the y is vertical. If your plane is 3D, then the x points out and in, the y goes left to right, the z goes up and down.

slope means the difference in the y-values over the difference in the x-values. y-intercept means the point at which the graph goes through the y-axis.