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In World War 2

# What is axis?

Axis is an imaginary line which runs through the centre of the Earth in a tilted manner and joins the Noth and Soth Poles

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In World War 2

Axis is an imaginary line which runs through the centre of the Earth in a tilted manner and joins the Noth and Soth Poles

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In Astronomy

Axis In terms of astronomy, it is the imaginary line running through a planet around which it rotates. See the Related Link for a demonstration and further information.

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In Math and Arithmetic

In classical Cartesian algebra, the x axis is defined as a horizontal number line defining the distance from a zero point called the "origin." The y axis is a vertical line de…fining the vertical distance from the same origin. This system has been adapted to define axes on any number of graphing systems, from Microsoft Excel to modern machine tools. (MORE)

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In Math and Arithmetic

A y-axis is the vertical number line of a two coordinated graph and a x-axis is the horizontal number line.

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In India

Axis axis (also known as chital, cheetal, chital deer, spotted deer, or axis deer) is native to India, Bangladesh, (I'll be right back)... the kind of deer), an invasiv…e species are currently "invading" or living in Hawaii and Point Reyes National Seashore (Both in the USA). (MORE)

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In Math and Arithmetic

In a graph, the horizontal line is the x axis and the vertical line is the y axis.

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In Math and Arithmetic

YES it is!!! the X-axis is the horizontal one, you know, the horizon, something like that. so if you have a graph, Y is always up and down. X is always left and right. :)

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In Math and Arithmetic

Generally speaking, yes. The variable x is generally used as the independent variable. And y is generally the variable the depends on the value of x. So in most examples the x… axis and the "independent" axis are the same. (MORE)

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In Math and Arithmetic

Please correct me if I misunderstood your question, but a horizontal axis goes from left to right and vice-versa, and a vertical axis goes from bottom to top and vice-versa.

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In Math and Arithmetic

An Axis of Symmetry is any line along which any Graph, group of graphs, or other shape may be divided into two symmetrical pieces which are perfect mirror images of one anothe…r. (MORE)