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Q: What is distance between the numbers of a graph called?

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A pair of numbers that are used to locate a point on a graph is called a ordered pair and is expressed as (x,y) where x is the location horizontally and y is the location vertically. For example the ordered pair (3,5) would be 3 to the right and 5 up away from the origin of the graph (0,0).Is called a ordered pair================ They are called coordinates. They need not be horizontal and vertical distances as suggested by the answer above. They could be polar coordinates which are the angle from the horizontal (anticlockwise), and distance from the origin.

On a 2-D graph, a pair of numbers are used to determine the position of the point on a graph.

No titles or axis' No numbers Or making the graph difficult to read

A graph that used the same one of the numbers more than once.

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It depends on what those numbers are, but if they are on the x axis only, then it is called a run. If they are on the y axis only, it is called rise.

It would normally be called 1unit, though the distance is not a constant.

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the distance maybe? use the distance formula. not sure if this is what you were looking for exactly but it may be.

distance-time graph

Intervals

The distance covered between two points in time is the area under the graph between the two points.

a pie graph shows percentages and a bar graph shows numbers and amounts

They are called intervals.

It is a scale.

Scale

Speed.

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