axis
nounmaths in mathematics, one of the two fixed lines used for showing measurements or finding the position of points on a graph
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maths in mathematics, one of the two fixed lines used for showing measurements or finding the position of points on a graph
a graph that represents different amounts or values as thick lines of different lengths
maths one of a set of numbers that give the exact position of something on a map or graph
appearing as a line on a graph that does not go up or down, showing no activity or variety
large sheets of paper connected at the top that you use to show pictures or to write things on when talking to a group of people
a drawing that shows the shape, size, and arrangement of rooms in a building from above
a drawing that represents a complicated process by using a series of lines to show the different ways in which the process can happen and the different choices that you can make
a tool used in planning a project, which shows pieces of work and the time periods within which they should be done
a picture that uses lines or curves to show the relationship between numbers or measurements that change
a graph that uses lines to show the relationship between numbers or measurements that change
a drawing or plan that gives the names and job titles of all the staff in an organization or department, showing how they are connected to each other
a circle divided into sections in order to show how something is divided into different amounts
a graph that shows numbers or amounts as points. A straight line is drawn through as many points as possible in order to show the general pattern.
a drawing that shows a summary of facts or ideas, with the main subject in a central circle and the most important facts on lines drawn out from it
a chart produced on a computer that shows numbers in a way that makes them easy to compare
a way of showing detailed pieces of information, especially facts or numbers, by arranging them in rows and lines across and down a page
a drawing in which connections, for example between members of a family, are shown using lines that spread like the branches on a tree
a drawing of circles that cross over each other, showing features shared by different sets (=groups of numbers)
something such as a drawing or a photograph, especially one that helps to explain something
a large piece of paper that contains information on a particular subject and is fastened to a wall
a fixed line that goes from left to right and is used for showing measurements or for finding the position of points on a graph
a fixed line that goes from top to bottom and is used for showing measurements or for finding the position of points on a graph

in competitive cycling, the illegal use of motors on bikes in order to gain advantage over other riders
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