Graphs and Co-ordinates

  • J. Newbury
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Abstract

We usually use graphs to represent neatly a lot of data. A graph is a special sort of accurate drawing, and points on a graph can be located by what we call co-ordinates. Since we will only be working in two dimensions it is usual to locate points on a graph by means of the x co-ordinate, that is the distance from the vertical axis, and the y co-ordinate, that is the distance from the horizontal axis.

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