# Does x-axis or y-axis go first in title?

## Does x-axis or y-axis go first in title?

The x-coordinate always comes first, followed by the y-coordinate.

**How do you remember the X and y-axis?**

The x-axis is horizontal, and the y-axis is vertical. One way to remember which axis is which is ‘x is a cross so the.

### Is the x or y-axis on top?

For an X-axis, the options are Left, Center (the default), and Right. For a Y-axis, the options are the same but apply vertically, where Left = Bottom, and Right = Top.

**Which is y-axis and which is x-axis?**

The x-axis and y-axis are axes in the Cartesian coordinate system. Together, they form a coordinate plane. The x-axis is usually the horizontal axis, while the y-axis is the vertical axis.

#### What comes first on a graph X or y axis?

The x-axis comes first, and then the y-axis. For the point (1,2), the x- coordinate is 1 and the y- coordinate is 2. Here’s how we’d plot that on a graph: Any other point is plotted in the exact same manner.

**Which axis is read first X or Y?**

The x-axis is the horizontal axis and the y-axis is the vertical (straight up and down) axis. When denoting a point in the x-y plane, you always denote the x-value first and the y-value second. That is any arbitrary x-value and y-value are denoted as (x,y).

## What is the difference between the X- and y-axis?

The Y axis refers to vertical position (perpendicular to the base) and the X axis refers to the horizontal position (parallel to the base). As seen in Figure 6a below.

**What are the X and y axis used for?**

The Y axis refers to vertical position (perpendicular to the base) and the X axis refers to the horizontal position (parallel to the base). As seen in Figure 6a below. When aligning vertical rotating machinery, the Z axis is also the center of rotation, however X and Y are used to reference the two axial planes 90 degrees from each other as in