Axes is the dependent variable, Physics

In plotting a x y graph which axes is the dependent variable and which is an independent function.

Ans) Normally or you can say conventionally we take the x axis as independent func. Such as time etc.

and in the y axis we take the dependent func. eg. displacement.

BUt its not true always.

eg. BLACK BODY RADIATION GRAPH.

the x axis(WAVELENGTH OF EMITTED LIGHT) varies with respect to the increse or decrease of y axis(INTENSITY). 

 

 

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