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1. A series of measurements based on votes on categories, or subscribers on channels (T-Series & PewDiePie)

1. A series of measurements based on votes on categories, or subscribers on channels (T-Series & PewDiePie)

by ðŸ“Š March 11, 2019

A word used in the north west around the area of Manchester and Liverpool

It means "bad" or something that is "annoying" as in "mate that was well graph" or " stop being so graph"

It means "bad" or something that is "annoying" as in "mate that was well graph" or " stop being so graph"

by oli hughes November 7, 2012

boy 1: Hey check out this graph i drew in science class.

boy 2: It looks good call me when you want to hit up.

boy 2: It looks good call me when you want to hit up.

by Eamz February 9, 2007

sex. This can be interpreted in many aspects of life including the bedroom, math class, science class, or anything that includes graphing. (courtesy of Dr. Parker)

"Graphing is fun when you know how to do it."

"Graphing requires flexibility of the mind and body."

"I want you to go home and practice graphing."

"Didn't anyone teach you how to graph when you were younger?"

"Graphing requires flexibility of the mind and body."

"I want you to go home and practice graphing."

"Didn't anyone teach you how to graph when you were younger?"

by Browniezz October 10, 2009

by BoBO1 June 11, 2005

by Dr. Bojangles January 18, 2006

A branch of discrete mathematics. The study of relations, connections, networks, connectedness, and especially graphs. A graph is a pair of sets. The elements of the first set are called vertices. They can represent people, words, letters, cities, brain cells, web pages, countries, or anything that can be associated with, or connected in some concrete or abstract way, to something else. The elements of the second set are pairs of elements from the first set. They are called edges. They can be unordered pairs or ordered pairs. In the latter case, the edges are called directed edges, and the graph is called a digraph.

To picture a graph, think of dots connected by line segments to other dots. Each line segment must have a dot at both ends. Neither the shape nor the length of a line segment matters in graph theory. All that matters is which dots are connected to which dots. You can give them names, numbers, letters, and/or colors. Or you can color the edges.

To picture a graph, think of dots connected by line segments to other dots. Each line segment must have a dot at both ends. Neither the shape nor the length of a line segment matters in graph theory. All that matters is which dots are connected to which dots. You can give them names, numbers, letters, and/or colors. Or you can color the edges.

Graph theory can help you to understand games, hierarchies, networks, family trees, food webs, flow charts, algorithms, trains of thought, just about anything you can think of!

by Robert Paul Singleton February 16, 2007