yes it does!!! Actually the rotational axis of the earth is inclined 23.15' from the vertical to the ecliptic. It is this inclination that produces the seasons on earth so the deviation is not trivial.
Relative to our frame of reference it is. But relative to the sun and our orbital plane, our axis is inclined about 23.5 degrees. And relative to the rest of the galaxy, our solar system is inclined over 30 degrees, making our axis almost at a right angle to the rest of the galaxy.
vertical axis :)
Vertical and horizontal lines in most graphs are called axes (plural of axis). They create the plane on which the graph sits. The X axis is the horizontal axis and goes across the graph. The Y axis is vertical axis and goes up and down the graph. They could also be lines which depict places that the graph never touches; this would be called an asymptote.
It's not that simple, and is equivalent to asking if cars speed up or slow down at the bottom of a hill: it depends on which direction they're going.
Actually it's neither. It pulls you in whatever direction said object is from the force point of gravity
The earths axis points up and down or north and south.The north pole points almost directly toward the North Star, Polaris, the last star on the handle of the Little Dipper (Ursa Minor).
nothing would change
The Earth's rotational axis makes an angle of about 66.5 degrees with the plane of Earth's orbit. That is, it's not "straight up and down".
The y-coordinate would be zero. The y-coord. measures far up or down the point is vertically, so if the point is on the x-axis it has to be zero.
The Earth's axis makes an angle of roughly 66.5 degrees with the plane of its orbit around the sun. It misses being "straight up and down" by about 23.5 degrees.
if it opens up then the point is called the minimum if it opens down its called the maximum
Finding the data point for an ordered pair is easy to do. The first coordinate marks a place along the X axis, while the second marks a place along the Y axis. Find the first point on the horizontal axis, then move up or down along the vertical axis to reach the exact data point.
Because of the earths tilt! on the axis!
A graph has two axes - the x-axis and the y-axis. The x-axis measures how many units a point is to the left or right of the origin (0,0). The y-axis measures the number of units up or down.
A graph has two axes, the one running top to bottom (vertical or y axis) and one running right to left (horizontal or x axis). You can run your finger up the y axis to the point where it is at the same height as the point on the line you are interested in, and note the number on the y axis, then run your finger across to the point on the line you are interested in, then take your finger down to the x axis and note the number of that axis, then combine the two. For example, if the graph shows height on the y axis and time on the x axis, you go up the y axis to say, 23 cm, then across to the point on the line, then down to the x axis which is say, 12 hours, then you know that by 12 hours the plant (for example) had grown 23 cm.
up and down it is the y axis on a graph
the x axis goes sideways not up/down