The x axis.
It is the x coordinates followed by the y coordinates i.e (x, y)
It depends on what the coordinates of the first three vertices are!
The x axis is first in the coordinates
The abscissa in Cartesian coordinates. In polar coordinates, it would be the radius .or domain
(x,y). x axis first, the one that goes horizantial. Then your y axis, which is the vertical one
In notation of coordinates it is the x axis followed by the y axis
X comes first most of the time like when u are graphing coordinates or when you are making a graph
Latitude is more often given first. But it really doesn't matter, just as long as the coordinates are clearly identified.
The x axis comes first! The Y axis is second!Remember: X,Y,Z!
You plot both coordinates together.
Converse: If the coordinates are positive, then the point is in the first quadrant
Polar coordinates are another way to write down a location on a two dimensional plane. The first number in a pair of coordinates is the distance one has to travel. The second number in the pair is the angle from the origin.
Coordinates are given with the degree of latitude first, follow by the degree of longitude. For example, New York City lies at about 41 degrees North, 74 degrees West.
Mars is a planet. That comes from a phrase that ultimately means that it moves. So we can't give you meaningful coordinates; they change over time.
box comes first because it has less letters than boat
Using the slope formula, So the slope -intercept form is: Hint Substitute coordinates of one point Step 2 Substituting the coordinates of the first point, we have: Subtracting 8 from both sides, we get: Thus the equation is: