a data point
A Data Graph is a just a graph of data :) -Hope This Helps =D
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A point can represent a piece of data or an (x,y) value.
a data point on a graph or in a set of results that is very much bigger or smaller than the next nearest data point.
Excel 2007 does not have this capability. Excel 2003 can do this as described in the related link. The idea is to draw your graph, then overlay a non-related point on the graph. When you drag the non-related point to the location on the graph where you want to identify a data point, you will see the underlying cell reference change to the location of your selected data point.
It is the point of origin of the x and y axes of the graph
Mark the position of the point on the graph according to the coordinates of the point that are given (or calculated).
The position data point depends on the given coordinates of x and y
It wants you to take the data that is given in the table and graph it. Depending on what sort of data it is, it might be asking you to graph it on the Cartesian Plane (x vs y).