Contents

- 1 What is axis on a graph?
- 2 What is an example of Y-axis?
- 3 What is the meaning of axes?
- 4 What is an axis used for?
- 5 What are the axis on a bar graph?
- 6 How many axis does a bar graph have?
- 7 What’s another name for Y-axis?
- 8 What’s the Y-axis called?
- 9 What is y-axis label?
- 10 What is the difference between axes and axis?
- 11 What is an axis of Earth?
- 12 What is plural for AXE?
- 13 What is Axis and its types?
- 14 What are the two types of Axis?
- 15 What is a good sentence for Axis?

## What is axis on a graph?

The independent variable belongs on the x- axis (horizontal line) of the graph and the dependent variable belongs on the y- axis (vertical line). The x and y axes cross at a point referred to as the origin, where the coordinates are (0,0).

## What is an example of Y-axis?

An example of an y – axis is the axis that runs up and down on a graph. A similar axis that is perpendicular to the x- axis and the z- axis of a three-dimensional Cartesian coordinate system. The vertical (V), or nearest vertical, plane on a two- or three-dimensional grid, chart, or graph in a Cartesian coordinate system.

## What is the meaning of axes?

Plural axes (ăk′sēz′) An imaginary line around which an object rotates. A line, ray, or line segment with respect to which a figure or object is symmetrical. A reference line from which distances or angles are measured in a coordinate system, such as the x- axis and y- axis in the Cartesian coordinate system.

## What is an axis used for?

A line, used as a reference to determine position, symmetry and rotation.

## What are the axis on a bar graph?

Bar graphs have an x- axis and a y- axis. In most bar graphs, like the one above, the x- axis runs horizontally (flat). Sometimes bar graphs are made so that the bars are sidewise like in the graph below. Then the x- axis has numbers representing different time periods or names of things being compared.

## How many axis does a bar graph have?

Bar graphs consist of two axes. On a vertical bar graph, as shown above, the horizontal axis (or x-axis) shows the data categories. In this example, they are years. The vertical axis (or y-axis) is the scale.

## What’s another name for Y-axis?

Also called axis of ordinates. (in a plane Cartesian coordinate system) the axis, usually vertical, along which the ordinate is measured and from which the abscissa is measured. (in a three-dimensional Cartesian coordinate system) the axis along which values of y are measured and at which both x and z equal zero.

## What’s the Y-axis called?

The vertical axis is usually called the y – axis.

## What is y-axis label?

In a chart you create, axis labels are shown below the horizontal (category, or “X”) axis, next to the vertical (value, or ” Y “) axis, and next to the depth axis (in a 3-D chart). Your chart uses text from its source data for these axis labels.

## What is the difference between axes and axis?

The differences of both the terms are simple enough. Axis is a singular term, whereas, axes is a plural of axis. It does not have any other meaning; and whether it is to be used as an axis or axes, it depends on the context. For example: One axis defines one rotation.

## What is an axis of Earth?

an imaginary straight line around which an object spins. Sentences: Earth spins on its axis once every 24 hours. Earth’s axis goes from the North Pole through Earth’s center to the South Pole and is tilted.

## What is plural for AXE?

or axe /ˈæks/ plural axes.

## What is Axis and its types?

Just as there are three planes of motion, there are three axes of rotation: the anterior-posterior axis, the mediolateral axis, and the longitudinal axis.

## What are the two types of Axis?

Axes of movement

- Frontal axis – this line runs from left to right through the centre of the body.
- Sagittal (also known as the antero-posterior) axis – this line runs from front to back through the centre of the body.
- Vertical axis – this line runs from top to bottom through the centre of the body.

## What is a good sentence for Axis?

(1) The wheel is revolving about its axis. (2) The Earth revolves about the axis which joins the North and South Poles. (3) The earth’s axis is the line between the North and South Poles. (4) The Earth rotates on its axis once every 24 hours.