Q: What is the name of the magnetic axis that has wandered over time?

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It will be where it was, to start with.

The bit with the negative x-axis goes to the positive x-axis.

no

count the spaces on your graph until you reach the y axis then start over and count again till you count the same number that you it took you to reach the y axis... sounds kinda confusing.... but good luck !

by looking and controling it

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Although the Earth's geographic axis only slightly "wobbles" over time, the magnetic field generated by its core can move, or even reverse polarity, in response to fluid dynamics in the outer core.

It will be where it was, to start with.

a magnetic casting is what goes over a magnet

probally a cat that wandered over the border or soeone was traveling over the border with a cat, then the cat has reproduced.

It is completely over the axis when we have an equinox. Like the Fall and Spring equinox's.

No. Over many millions of years they have wandered large distances.

The bit with the negative x-axis goes to the positive x-axis.

It changes over time through direction and strength. So therefore Magnetic North becomes Magnetic South.

Reflections are congruence transformations where the figure is reflected over the x-axis, y-axis, or over a line.

It is usually on the y-axis because you are comparing it over time. However it can sometimes be on the x-axis.