# What is A function whose graph is symmetric about the origin?

Odd Function

### What does a linear equation graph look like?

A linear function is a function whose graph is a straight line. Read More

### What is a type of function whose graph is a nonvertical line?

A monotonic, or one-to-one function. Read More

### What kind of graph is a bell shaped curve?

The bell curve graph is another name for a normal (Gaussian) distribution graph. A Gaussian function is a certain kind of function whose graph results in a bell-shaped curve. Read More

### What do you call a function whose graph is a non-vertical line?

It is a function. If the graph contains at least two points on the same vertical line, then it is not a function. This is called the vertical line test. Read More

### What is the characteristics of a rate?

It represents a direct proportion and whose graph is a straight line through the origin. Read More

### What is the equation of the line whose graph passes through the origin and has a slope of -3?

y = - 3x Read More

### What is a function graphed with a line or smooth curve called?

A differentiable function, possibly - to distinguish it from one whose graph is a kinked curve. Read More

### What does (00) mean in a graph?

On the Cartesian plane it is at point of origin whose coordinate is (0, 0) Read More

### What is a function whose graph has one or more breaks?

The tan [tangent] function. When a function has two or more brakes, this is not a continuous function, but it can be a continuous function in some intervals such as the tangent does. Read More

### What is a function whose graph is a nonvertical line or part of a non-vertical line?

A linear equation Read More

### How do you to sketch a graph of a function whose domain is in the closed interval 0-4 and whose range is the set of two numbers 2 and 3?

Find the domain of the relation then draw the graph. Read More

### How do I know if a set of numbers are a function?

If one x-value does not have two y-values, then it is a function. In other words, x cannot be repeated. For example, take a parabola whose vertex is at the origin and points are all found in the first and fourth quadrants, forming a "c" of sorts. This graph would not pass the vertical-line test and would therefore not be considered a function. Read More

### What is a non example of a proportion?

A linear relationship whose graph does not pass through the origin: for example, the relation between temperatures on the Celsius and Fahrenheit scales. Read More

### What is a piecewise function whose graph resembles a set of stair steps?

One such function is [ Y = INT(x) ]. (Y is equal to the greatest integer in ' x ') Read More

### What term describes a function whose graph is composed of isolated points?

A graph that has isolated points is discontinues if isolated means that a point is plotted say a but the limit as f(x) approaches a does not equal a Read More

### What does horizontal line on a displacement-time graph represent?

That the body, whose motion is being plotted is not moving radially. It can be moving along a circle with the origin as the centre at any speed but that does not show up in a displacement-time graph. Read More

### How can you find magnitude of velocity from a displacement time graph?

You cannot since the graph shows displacement in the radial direction against time. Information on transverse displacement, and therefore transverse velocity, is not shown. For example, there is no difference in the graph of you're staying still and that of your running around in a circle whose centre is the origin of the graph. In both cases, your displacement from the origin does not change and so the graph is a horizontal line. In the… Read More

### Which of the following is the graph of an arithmetic sequence whose first term is 2 and whose common difference is 0.5?

Graph D Read More

### How can you use a graph to show the relationship between two quantitles that vary directly?

A scatter plot will show the data points on a straight line through the origin, whose slope is the constant of proportionality. Read More

### What is graph in physics?

Graph is a collection of points whose coordinates satisfy a given relation. Read More

### What are the characteristics of a normal density curve?

It is a symmetric function which is fully described by two parameters. It is called bell shape but I have never seen a bell whose rime is infinitely far away from its apex. The area under the curve is equal to 1. Read More

### What is the equation of the line whose graph passes through the origin and has a slope of 1?

Slope = 1 Y-intercept = 0 Y = X Read More

### What is a direct graph?

Directed Graph is that graph which is directed i.e.which is having diretions. in other words it can be said that a graph whose directions are marked with an arrow is known as direct graph or directed graph. Thank You Read More

### What is relationship among proportional relationships lines rates of change and slope?

The graph of a relationship in which two variables are in direct proportion is a straight line through the origin, whose slope = the rate of change = the constant of proportionality. Read More

### Which graph is a cumulative frequency graph?

For ungrouped data, the graph for a random variable (rv), X, is usually a line graph whose horizontal axis is the values that the random variable can take, and whose vertical axis is the number of observations (or outcomes) of the random variable that are less than or equal to that value of the rv. For grouped data the graph is usually a corresponding bar graph. Read More

### What is the definition of a graph of a function?

The graph of a function f(x), of an n-dimensional variable x = {x1, x2, ... xn}, is the set of all points in n+1 dimensional space whose coordinates are {x1, x2, ... xn, f(x)}. In its most simplistic form, if y = f(x), then the graph of the function f(x) is the set of all points, in 2-dimensional space, whose coordinates are (x, f(x)). Read More

### How do you graph negative one x minus seven?

You can't! There's no y! Since -x - 7 is a polynomial of 1 degree, it defines a function P(x) = -x - 7 whose graph is a straight line. (if you want, let P(x) = y) Read More

### What is a negative cycle in Graph?

In a weighed graph, a negative cycle is a cycle whose sum of edge weights is negative Read More

### What is the graph of an arithmetic sequence whose first term is 1 and whose common difference is 0.5?

None of them. Read More

### What is the term for An equation whose graph is a line?

That would be a linear equation. Read More

### What would be the shape of a speed versus time graph for an object in free fall?

The graph is a straight line whose slope is the acceleration of gravity. Read More

### When does a relation be a function?

A function is a relation whose mapping is a bijection. Read More

### How can you describe the graph of the equation ax plus by equals c?

ax + by = c The graph if that equation is a straight line whose slope is (-a/b) and whose y-intercept is (c/b). Read More

### True or false a rational function is a function whose equation contains a rational expression?

It is true that a rational function is a function whose equation contains a rational expression. This is used in various math classes. Read More

### What is a integration?

the process of finding a function whose derivative is a given function Read More

### How can you obtain the average velocity and instantaneous velocity from a displacement time graph?

You cannot because a dispacement-time graph is concerned only with motion in a radial direction; any motion in a transverse direction is completely ignored. For example, an object circling the origin at a fixed distance, even with a variable speed, is always at the same distance from the origin. So the displacement-time graph will be a straight line whose height is the radial distance. A straight line in the distance-time graph is to be interpreted… Read More