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== == It depends actually. If you were given a value that is a height and want to find the forearm length from that then the forearm length would go on the Y axis (because it is dependant on the height) and the height on the X-axis. If you are given a value that is the forearm length and you want to know the height then you will put height on the Y-axis and the forearm length on the X-axis.

Q: If you have a graph on which forearm length and height are on the Y and X axis which variable should go on which axis?

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Multiplying the length of the femur by 2. 6 and adding 65 to it should be roughly the person's body height in centimeters. However, the sex and race of the person can affect this relationship between the femur and body height.

Assuming that age influences height rather than the other way around, age is the "independent" variable and height the "dependent" one. Then, age should be put on the x-axis.

For females, the most attractive length is 1.4 times the length of the upper body, the average is slightly lower. For males, the most attractive length is equal legs and torso length, but the average is higher.

From what I have read on a similar topic (foot length vs. theoretical shoe size to real-world shoe size), there is a loose correlation between height and shoe size. There is however a stronger correlation between foot length and forearm length - and really limb length in general. Simply said, a taller person will likely have longer limbs - arms and legs are simply part of being taller/shorter. However when you take into account different body proportions, such as a person having relatively long legs vs. a relatively tall torso (height to sholders while setting down) for their height. Well foot length is another proportion variable. So while a 6' tall (or taller) male will most likely wear a larger shoe size than a 5'6" tall male (or shorter) - two random 6' tall males will likely wear shoes of at least slightly different size. To add more complication to any correlation, foot length vs. shoe size are not "cast in stone" at all. Sorry if this is a bit long of an answer to say "no", but "no" is not really the answer - just closer to "yes".

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The length of your forearm from inner elbow to wrist.

You really should know how to answer that question.Volume = (length) x (width) x (height) .Length = (volume) / (width x height)Width = (volume) / (length x height)Height = (volume) / (length x width)

The formula for volume is length x width x height = volume. So if you take the volume and divide it by the length and width it should give you the height.

Dependant variable Height of the ramp

A counter table can be any length of width but measures 34 to 36 inches high. A standard height table can be any height or length but measures 28 to 30 inches high.

To find the area of a parallelogram, multiply the length of the base by the height. The height should be perpendicular to the base.

Well, if length x width x height is volume, and length x width is area, then divide volume by area and you should get the dimension for height. (I think).

You find cubic inches in a box by multiplying its length by its width, and by its height. The measurements for length, width, and height should all be in inches. This is known as the volume of the box.

if length and width are doubled then the volume should mulitiply by 8

There is no "height" of a rectangle, unless it's a rectangular prism. Do you mean the length? If you have the area of the rectangle, the equation should be:A= L x WPlug in the area and the length and solve for the width, or plug in the area the width of the rectangle, and solve for the length.

Multiplying the length of the femur by 2. 6 and adding 65 to it should be roughly the person's body height in centimeters. However, the sex and race of the person can affect this relationship between the femur and body height.

Multiplying the length of the femur by 2. 6 and adding 65 to it should be roughly the person's body height in centimeters. However, the sex and race of the person can affect this relationship between the femur and body height.