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A Cartesian coordinate system is a coordinate system that specifies each point
uniquely in a .... The lines are commonly referred to as the x- and y-axes where
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Here is a diagram of a typical set of axes. Coordinates. The point (0,0) is called
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Axis (graph). more ... Axis (graph). A reference line drawn on a graph (you can
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Scientists like to say that the “independent” variable goes on the

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Most chart types have two axes: a

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Intercepts are where a graph crosses either the