Q: What must graphs always include in there axes?

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In most charts you must always label the axes.

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Axes, title, Key (if needed, also called a legend), Axis labels

Not always. The direction is only necessary if you're discussinga distance vector, but you're usually not.

It must be. A cylinder is described by the volume swept by a rectangle in rotation about one of its axes. The rotation will create a circle on the opposite ends.

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In most charts you must always label the axes.

Units of measurement, Titles.

Since graphs are usually used as pictorial representations of data, most will have numbers. While pictograms may not have axes, each image represents some number (which must be identified in a key or legend).

units

he must shoot through the rings of twelve (12) axes in a row

he must shoot through the rings of twelve (12) axes in a row

Some data.

one sharp edge and a handle

If the scales on the two axes are linear, then the graph must be a straight line through the origin which is not one of the axes..

Probability is a numerical value and there must bea number, not just include one.

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All graphs must have a title, an axis, labels, intervals, and a scale. You can remember this using the acronym TAILS: title, axis, intervals, scale.