Q: What are the axis of a cartesian plane?

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A Cartesian Plane

It is called the cartesian plane

The x-axis.

The horizontal line is the x axis and the vertical line is the y axis.

That's the name of the plane with the horizontal x-axis and the vertical y-axis on which equations and inequalities with two variables are graphed. The Cartesian coordinate plane is to two dimensions as the number line is to one dimension.

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The Cartesian plane has only 1 horizontal axis and it is known as the x-axis.

The x axis is the horizontal line on the Cartesian plane

A Cartesian Plane

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The Cartesian plane, otherwise known as a graph, consists of two lines intersecting. These lines are the x-axis and the y-axis.

It is called the cartesian plane

The horizontal line in the Cartesian plane is called the x-axis or x-coordinate.

The parts of the cartesian plane are:y-axis or abscissa and x-axis or ordinateoriginQuadrant I,II,III,IVpositive and negative infinitiesthe pointsthe linesthe planes

The 'abscissa' is the x coordinate on the Cartesian plane and the 'ordinate' is the y coordinate on the Cartesian plane

The x-axis.

It is part of the negative and positive horizontal x axis on the Cartesian plane

It is at the origin of the coordinates of (0, 0) on the Cartesian plane