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 noun Plural form of
yaxis .
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The trick here, of course, is that the two yaxes don't really have any relationship to each other.

You can teach rote memorization using patterning: In the unit circle we note all denominators are 2 and the numerators are all square roots from 1 to 4 out along the x or yaxes.

The trick here, of course, is that the two yaxes don't really have any relationship to each other.

#9 I notice fig 1 has different yaxes scales for US and world, which helps reduce the “significane” of the US numbers. steven mosher

We can choose to draw our x and yaxes so that we have the situation just described—with A along the horizontal axis and B along the vertical axis.

We can choose to draw our x and yaxes so that we have the situation just described—with A along the horizontal axis and B along the vertical axis.

We can choose to draw our x and yaxes so that we have the situation just described—with A along the horizontal axis and B along the vertical axis.

The yaxes on this chart both go all the way to zero, which means that the decline in 401k balances really was a lot smaller than the decline in the broad stock market.

Catalina: If you drew your life on a graph, how would you label your x and yaxes and what trajectory would you draw?

Cells were stimulated with LPS+γIFN as indicated. yaxes indicate mRNA (left) or ncRNA (right) levels relative to those of a housekeeping gene (TBP).
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