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Q: What is The series of numbers placed at fixed distances on a graph?

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The scale

i think its a line graph

Is that the 'scale'?

It could be a ruler. Just a number line.

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The scale

because what word is series of numbers placed at fixed distances on the scale

However unsure as I may be sir/ma'am, I believe the answer is a scale.

i think its a line graph

Is that the 'scale'?

It could be a ruler. Just a number line.

A number line or, in 2 or more dimensions a grid.

An axis.

A scale of a graph is a series of numbers placed at fixed, or equal, id stances. The highest value on the scale should be greater than the greatest value of the data.

In the branch of algebra called group theory, they are called equivalent classes or residual classes. They are generated with the fixed distance as the basis of the modulo relationship.

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