Q: What do you call Graphs that don't begin at 0?

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nope!

Nope.

yes a graph has to start from a point 0.

No. The 4 points are (4, 0), (0, 4), (-4, 0) and (0, -4).

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nope!

Nope.

The Grand Canyon begins around 36.0963° N latitude, 112.0978° W longitude and ends around 35.9263° N latitude, 114.8055° W longitude. It spans approximately 277 miles in length.

yes a graph has to start from a point 0.

No. The 4 points are (4, 0), (0, 4), (-4, 0) and (0, -4).

its 0

If you were to draw both graphs, then the point that they cross will give you the solutions for both x and y at the same time. To draw the graphs, get them into the form y = mx+c, where m is the gradient and c the y intercept. We have then y = 2/5x +0 & y = 3/2x+0 Therefore the only solution is x = y = 0

If y = ax and a = 0, then y=0. No matter what x is, y is still 0. Therefore any graph of y=ax (where a=0) will simply be a line at y=0, which is the x-axis.

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