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## When plotting points on a coordinate plane which direction should we go first?

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Problem | Plot the point (1, 3). |

The x-coordinate is 1 because it comes first in the ordered pair. Start at the origin and move a distance of 1 unit in a positive direction (to the right) from the origin along the x-axis. | |

Answer | Draw a point at this location and label the point (1, 3). |

## What is the coordinate of point B?

To find point B, we add (10+0, 0+1), and get the coordinates for B: (10,1).

## What do you mean by the ordinate of a point?

Mathematics. (in plane Cartesian coordinates) the y-coordinate of a point: its distance from the x-axis measured parallel to the y-axis.

## What is double ordinate?

The double ordinate is the chord passing through p and perpendicular to the axis. Latus rectum can be a double ordinate passing through the focus of the parabola.

## What is abscissa and ordinate Class 9?

Abscissa is the distance from a point to the vertical or y -axis, measured parallel to the horizontal or x -axis. It is also known as the x -coordinate. Ordinate is the distance from a point to the horizontal or x -axis, measured parallel to the vertical or y -axis.

## What is a ordinate value?

The vertical (“y”) value in a pair of coordinates. Always written second in an ordered pair of coordinates such as (12, 5). In this example, the value “5” is the ordinate. (The first value “12” shows how far along and is called the Abscissa).

## What is Axis Class 9?

(1) We require two perpendicular axes to locate a point in the plane. One of them is horizontal and other is Vertical. (2) The plane is called Cartesian plane and axis are called the coordinates axis. (3) The horizontal axis is called x-axis and Vertical axis is called Y-axis.

## How do I find my class 9 coordinates?

Signs of coordinates of points in different quadrants:

- I Quadrant: ‘+’ x – coordinate and ‘+’ y – coordinate. E.g. (2, 3)
- II Quadrant: ‘-‘ x – coordinate and ‘+’ y – coordinate. E.g. (-1, 4)
- III Quadrant: ‘-‘ x – coordinate and ‘-‘ y – coordinate. E.g. (-3, -5)
- IV Quadrant: ‘+’ x – coordinate and ‘-‘ y – coordinate.

## What is abscissa and ordinate of point 4 3?

If x and y are abscissa and ordinate respectively, then the location of the point P in the Cartesian plane is expressed as (X,Y). …

## What is an axis for Class 8?

An axis is defined as a straight or imaginary line on which an object rotates or straight line on which things are arranged.

## How do you plot points on a graph in class 8?

- Plot the following points on a graph sheet. Verify if they lie on a line.
- Draw the line passing through (2,3) and (3,2). Find the coordinates of the points at which, this line meets the x-axis and y-axis.
- Write the coordinates of the vertices of each of the figures given on next page. Ans.
- State whether True or False.

## How much money should be deposited to get an interest of rupees 2500 for a year?

The graph passes through the origin. (ii) Interest on Rs 2500 for a year = Rs 200 (iii) To get an interest of? 280 per year, Rs 3500 should be deposited.

## What is line and linear graph?

Linear means straight and a graph is a diagram which shows a connection or relation between two or more quantity. So, the linear graph is nothing but a straight line or straight graph which is drawn on a plane connecting the points on x and y coordinates.

## What is difference between line graph and linear graph?

1 Expert Answer Rohit, a line graph attaches individual data values so that we can see trends, if they exist. If there is a constant trend, either up or down or horizontal, then we have a linear graph. If, however, every month had 5, or every month went up by 7 or down by 8, then our line graph would be linear.