Q: What is a line graph in the coordinate plane that has no breaks in it?

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A continuous graph ?

A point on a graph that is not on the line or set of lines on a coordinate plane.

A straight line graph (on the cartesian or coordinate plane).

a straight line (the Y-axis of a coordinate plane)

It was the French mathematician Rene Descartes who created the coordinate plane.

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A continuous graph ?

Not qualitative

Graphing a line on the coordinate plane is the two-dimensional equivalent to marking a point on a number line. It just means to graph your line with respect to the x and y axes.

A point on a graph that is not on the line or set of lines on a coordinate plane.

A straight line graph (on the cartesian or coordinate plane).

a straight line (the Y-axis of a coordinate plane)

The answer is 'graph'

It was the French mathematician Rene Descartes who created the coordinate plane.

The y-axis is the vertical line on a line graph.

A horizontal line, 1 unit below the x-axis.

The horizontal number line on a coordinate plane is called the x-axis, and the vertical number line on a coordinate plane is called the y-axis.

A y coordinate is when you have a long line (y axis) and you coordinate (put numbers on that line) and you graph them