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# Where is the serial number on a Savage Axis XP and is it prefixed with a J?

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### How do you make ordered pair?

You are going to have a x axis and a y axis on your coordinate
graph. Let's say that the number in the x axis is 3 and the number
on the y axis is -5. The x axis will bring the x coordinate, which
is he 1st number in the ordered pair. The y axis will bring you the
y coordinate, which is the second number of an ordered pair. This
means that 3, the number on the x axis is first and -5, the number
on the y axis is second. In this example, the ordered pair is
(3,-5). So pretty much, an ordered pair is (x coordinate, y
coordinate). Thank you for reading my answer.

###### Asked in Numbers , Irrational Numbers

### Is the square root of 1 an irrational number?

No. An irrational number is still a real number - it lives on
the number line.
The square root of -1 (known as i) is an imaginary
number. It is on the imaginary axis of the complex
plane.
A number with components from the real axis and the imaginary
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### What is the difference between a complex number and a non real complex number?

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Instead of the usual x-axis you have the real numbers, instead of
the y-axis, you have the imaginary numbers.
The real numbers are on the horizontal axis.
The imaginary numbers are on the vertical axis.
The complex numbers are any number on the plane.
The non-real complex are, of course, any complex numbers that are
not on the real number axis - not on the horizontal axis.
Think of the complex numbers as points on a coordinate system.
Instead of the usual x-axis you have the real numbers, instead of
the y-axis, you have the imaginary numbers.
The real numbers are on the horizontal axis.
The imaginary numbers are on the vertical axis.
The complex numbers are any number on the plane.
The non-real complex are, of course, any complex numbers that are
not on the real number axis - not on the horizontal axis.
Think of the complex numbers as points on a coordinate system.
Instead of the usual x-axis you have the real numbers, instead of
the y-axis, you have the imaginary numbers.
The real numbers are on the horizontal axis.
The imaginary numbers are on the vertical axis.
The complex numbers are any number on the plane.
The non-real complex are, of course, any complex numbers that are
not on the real number axis - not on the horizontal axis.
Think of the complex numbers as points on a coordinate system.
Instead of the usual x-axis you have the real numbers, instead of
the y-axis, you have the imaginary numbers.
The real numbers are on the horizontal axis.
The imaginary numbers are on the vertical axis.
The complex numbers are any number on the plane.
The non-real complex are, of course, any complex numbers that are
not on the real number axis - not on the horizontal axis.

###### Asked in Math and Arithmetic

### Do you think the scenario could cross the x-axis more than once if x is the number of times Jon kicks the ball and y is the number of points he scores?

When plotting the number of times the ball was kicked (x-axis)
against the points scored (y axis) it is only possible to cross the
x axis if it is possible to score both a negative or
positive number of points. In this scenario then the x-axis
could be crossed multiple times on your graph.
If it is only possible to score a positive number of points, for
example, then it is not possible to cross the x-axis as this axis
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### When the first number in an ordered pair is 0 where is the point located?

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If the number is 0, then any point having this coordinate must
lie on the y-axis.
If the second number is 0 then the point is at the origin
(0,0).
If the second number is positive then the point lies on the
y-axis above the origin.
If the second number is negative then the point lies on the
y-axis below the origin.