Say I want to start a graph with the number 100 instead of 0...?
I want to start a graph with 100 on the x axis. I have heard that you write 0, draw a squiggly line and then start from a 100. Is this the answer or is there anything else? I'm doing statistical work by the way.
- BrandonLv 41 decade agoFavorite Answer
On the x-axis, and y-axis for that matter, if the number is in the corner, it has to be zero. but if you are using increments of 100, you don't need the squiggly line.just number normally. 100, 200 etc. if you number 100, 101, 102. you need the squiggly line.
- 1 decade ago
i've always enjoyed using the squiggly lines!
- Anonymous1 decade ago
yeah the 0 then the squggly line is what i was taught too!