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What is the benefit of identifying the axis line in a work of art?
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How do you work out a coordinate when there are no numbers on the x and y axis?
To work out a coordinate when there are no numbers on either the X or Y axis begin by drawing a vertical line down from the point of interest and have it cross the horizontal axis. Where the two meet label it as X and then use a ruler to measure from the 0 point to the X. This will give you the X axis coordinate. Repeat the process to find the Y coordinate but draw a horizontal line from the point of interest instead of a vertical line.
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How does a line graph work?
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Why does the slope and y intercept need to work together to graph a line?
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Is this an example of a positive correlation the more hours you work the more money you will get on your paycheck?
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Can you claim disability benefit for cervical spondylosis?
How do you draw line of balance for repetitive works in construction industry?
after u draw the chart , u decide to work on the early finish or the late finish , and this called t1 .. and nw u have 2 get the time that the activity end on and that's called t2 , t2= t1 + ( (N-1)/R ) N = number of repetitive units R = Rate = number of crew / duration now draw y-axis and x-axis , then draw a parallel line to x-axis at point N on y-axis ,, where the y-axis represent the number of units start from 1 and the (lower) x axis represent the t1 and the ( upper ) x-axis represent the t2
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What is an integral in math?
Assuming you specifically mean calculus an integral is basically the area between some graph and the x-axis between two points. Imagine this: You have a graph with a line on it (doesn't matter if it's a line or a curve or anything, so long as it doesn't loop back on itself, for now, you have a straight line). Now, pick two places on the x-axis to put vertical lines (these are the boundaries you'll work in). Now you have a left boundary, a right boundary, and a top and bottom boundary (the x axis is one and the line is the other). So, you have a 2-d closed shape. The area this shape covers is the integral of that line from a to b. Above the axis is positive and below the axis is negative. I'll link to a few pictures to help visualize it. In each one there will be an "a" on the left, a 'b' on the right, some graph and the x-axis. Those are the boundaries and the area inside those boundaries is the integral.
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How would you gaph the equation y equals 2x minuis3?
You know that y = 2x - 3, so to draw the graph: (a) You work out where this equation meets the horizontal axis of the graph and put a mark there. (b) You also work out where it meets the vertical axis of the graph and put a mark there. You then draw a straight line through the two points which carries on on either side. For (a) the equation meets the horizontal axis when y = 0. You know that y = 2x - 3, so put y = 0 into this equation. 0 = 2x - 3 -> 3 = 2x -> x = 1.5 So the line meets the horizontal axis when x = 1.5 For (b) the equation meets the vertical axis when x = 0 So again put that into y = 2x - 3 So y = 2*0 - 3 -> y = -3 So the line meets the vertical axis when y = -3. Draw a line through these two points (1.5,0) and (0,-3) and there you have your graph.