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# What type of cable would you use for horizontal or vertical spaces?

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###### Asked in Cable Internet, Computer Networking, Local Area Network

### What type of cable would you use for the horizontal spaces and the vertical links for a traditional star network?

Cat6 is the current standard for new installations of ethernet
cable. Depending on the space and certain building codes you need
to decide between Plenum (CMP) or Riser (CMR). The difference being
Riser cable is more durable, but puts out toxic fumes when caught
on fire, so it is not suitable for spaces with open air flow.
Dropped ceilings are generally considered Plenum spaces so
therefore require plenum cable.

###### Asked in School Subjects, Math and Arithmetic, The Difference Between

### What is the equation of horizontal and vertical?

The equation of a horizontal line is y = constant (e.g you might
have y=2 if your horizontal line is 2 up the y axis).
For a vertical line the equation will be x=constant so if you
wanted the equstion of the vertical line that crosses the x axis at
5 it would be x=5.
If you want the equations of the horizontal and vertical axis then
they are:
horizontal axis: y=0
vertical axis: x=0

###### Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry

### How do you write a coordinate?

(x, y)
Open parenthesis, x coordinate [horizontal/latitude],
comma, y coordinate [vertical/longitude], close
parenthesis.
For example, (2, 3) would be two spaces right and three spaces
up from the origin. If you change the direction (again, from the
origin), use negatives. (-2, -3) is two spaces left and three
spaces down.

###### Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Units of Measure, Statistics

### On a graph with time on the horizontal axis and speed on the vertical axis would a straight horizontal line indicate steady acceleration?

No. This graph indicates an object moving at the same speed
during different times. Steady acceleration would be indicated by a
horizontal line through a graph with time on the horizontal axis
and ACCELERATION on the vertical one.
Note for future reference:
Horizontal Axis = x/independent axis
Vertical Axis = y/dependent axis

###### Asked in Relationships

### What are verticale and horizontal relationships?

This could be either literal or figurative.
Literally, they are directions that are perpendicular (offset by
an angle measuring 90 degrees) to each other. On a map, vertical
would be north-south and horizontal would be east-west. To a
standing person, vertical would be up-down and horizontal would be
left-right (or across or sideways). A useful way to remember the
difference is that going vertical gives some people vertigo (a
dizzy sense) when they get high up, and horizontal is like the
horizon (the line where the ocean or earth meets the sky).
Figuratively speaking, a vertical relationship is one that's
between you and God. A horizontal one is between you and other
people.

###### Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry

### Some lines have no slope?

A horizontal line has a slope of zero. For a vertical line, the
slope is not defined (change of y / change of x would result in a
division by zero).
A horizontal line has a slope of zero. For a vertical line, the
slope is not defined (change of y / change of x would result in a
division by zero).
A horizontal line has a slope of zero. For a vertical line, the
slope is not defined (change of y / change of x would result in a
division by zero).
A horizontal line has a slope of zero. For a vertical line, the
slope is not defined (change of y / change of x would result in a
division by zero).