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There is an easy way to remember is: (X, Y) or across then up

Q: When you graph do you go up or across first?

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across Good way to remember it, along the corridor then up the stairs.

THEY GO ACROSS NOT UP AND DOWN. THAT IS FOR COLUMNS.

The trend of a graph is the slope of any line on the graph that indicated a positive or growth factor and/or a negative or decaying factor. If the slope goes negative, the graph's line will go down thus indicating decay. If the slope becomes positive, the graph's line will go up thus indicating growth.

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Changes the gradient of the line E.g: 2x. The gradient is going to be 2, for every one along you go up two. If -2x the gradient will go to the right like 2x, but will go down two for every one going across :) hope this helped x

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across Good way to remember it, along the corridor then up the stairs.

x is across y is up

To graph points, use rise over run and go up and over on the graph

Over. I always remembered it by saying the phrase, " Go OVER to your friends house, and upstairs to play," .

When writing down a location on a map always use the horizontal co-ordinates first (the x axis on a graph). Then write down the vertical co-ordinates (the y axis on a graph). Remember it by thinking "To climb a tree you have to first walk across the field." That is, first walk the horizontal distance (across the field), and then climb up the vertical distance (up the tree).

No, it does not.

THEY GO ACROSS NOT UP AND DOWN. THAT IS FOR COLUMNS.

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Y axis going up; and X axis going across.

The x value represents the line going up and down on a graph. The y axis represents the line going side to sdie of the graph. An example is (3, -2) the x value is the 3. that means you go across (the side to side line) to the third point and put your dot there. the -2 is the y value. then you go to the line pointing up and down and go down two spots from the middle where the lines meet.

Latitude lines go -------- (across) And Longitude goes | | | (up & down)

Straight across