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Q: What happens if earths axis were vertical?

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The z axis in the vertical axis in the Cartesian Coordinate System.

Earth's axis is tilted to about 11 degrees from the vertical.

A synonym for the y-axis is the vertical axis. In math, a graph has a vertical and a horizontal axis. Another name for the horizontal axis is the x -axis.

At the origin

The convention for an x-y graph is as follows: y | | |_____ x where the x-axis is horizontal and the y-axis is vertical.

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

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

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

Basically no! If you were to take an axis of 0 degrees to be completely vertical (in reference to the Earths orbital plane) then the Earths actual axis is 23.44 degrees (hence we have summer and winter) although this does vary over a 42 thousand year period between 22.1 degrees and 24.5 degrees.

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The vertical axis is a reference axis usually denoted as y-axis in Cartesian co-ordinate system. It can be said that a vertical axis is the axis perpendicular to a reference horizontal surface.

The vertical axis of a graph/chart is the y axis, making the horizontal the x axis.

it is winter in the northern hemishpere

It basically maintains its direction in space.

A synonym for the y-axis is the vertical axis. In math, a graph has a vertical and a horizontal axis. Another name for the horizontal axis is the x -axis.

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