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# lectur11-page40 - We can now reference a point on a graph...

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40 To Make A Graph: 3. Result: We get a set of coordinate axis, or a coordinate number system. e.g. Sighting in a rifle scope on the range. Now that we have combined the horizontal and vertical number line, they have become coordinate axes. The horizontal number line is referred to as the X- axis, and the vertical number line is referred to as the Y-axis.
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Unformatted text preview: We can now reference a point on a graph with two numbers or coordinates. When referencing a point on a graph, we always call out the x-coordinate first, and then the y-coordinate. For example (x,y) references the coordinate of some point. Let us go to the firing range and sight in a rifle....
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