Q: What parts must be included in every graph?

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The graph must be a straight line, and it must pass through the origin.

The information must be given on the axis label or in the title of the graph.

A cubic graph must have an even number of vertices. Then, a Hamilton cycle (visiting all vertices) must have an even number of vertices and also an even number of edges. Alternatively color this edges red and blue, and the remaining edges green.

Not specifically trigonometry, but functions in general. As a general rule, functions must be evaluated before using the results in other parts of the calcuation.

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Every graph must have a key. Keys are to show which bit of the graph represent which data and what values are shown by the location or size or colour of the graph.

Every graph must have a key. Keys are to show which bit of the graph represent which data and what values are shown by the location or size or colour of the graph.

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Yes. For example, if you want to shift the graph 5 units to the right, you must replace every instance of "x" by "x-5".

Will/trust must be viewed by all the parts that are included in the will.

The scale can be anything that you choose - but you must give it with the graph.

The best way to write a movie script is to watch movies to see what parts of the movie must be included. For instance, Horror movies must have a climax.

The graph must be a straight line, and it must pass through the origin.

Not true. If the graph starts with displacement = 0 when time = 0 then it must return to zero at time = half the period, and all multiples of that value. If the graph starts at some other value, it must return to zero within t = half the period, and then keep returning to zero after every half-period.

The best way to write a movie script is to watch movies to see what parts of the movie must be included. For instance, horror movies must have a climax.

The information must be given on the axis label or in the title of the graph.