Which Axis Does the Dependent Variable Go on?

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The dependent variable goes on the vertical or y axis of a graph. This is the universal stand which helps to ensure a uniform system. It makes the process of both creating and reading graphs much easier.
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the y-axis is the dependent variable and the x-axis is the independent variable.
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If y is a function of x (Ex: y = 2x + 1) then x is the independent variable and y the dependent variable. This is the case most of the time. If x is a function of y (Ex: x = 2y -
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It doesn't. The x-axis is for the independent variable and
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In general, the independent variable goes along the x axis. The independent variable is the cause of what you are graphing. The Y-axis is the dependent variable. ...
A standard graph will have an x and y axis. As a general rule, the independent variable on a graph goes on the x axis. Leaving the dependent variable to go on ...
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