They are points on a coordinate plane.
X-Y Coordinates Origin Quadrants Points The proper answer is a QUADRANT. The others are objects that may be found on a coordinate plane. Points are listed but not lines (why not?).
Points and lines on the same plane are coplanar.
If the question is .. " Points and lines in the same plane "? then the anwser is COPLANER
Anything with a negative (-) x value and positive (+) y value is in the second quadrant.
If you mean (5, 2) then it is in the 1st quadrant on the Cartesian plane
The negative y coordinates and positive x coordinates lie in the IV quadrant on the Cartesian plane
In 2-dimensional coordianate geometry, quadrant for consists of all points in the plane in for which x > 0 and y < 0. It is the lower right hand quarter of the plane.
Points or lines that lie on the same plane are coplanar.
If you mean (-1, -0.5) then it is located in the 3rd quadrant on the coordinated plane