The vertical axis in a plane coordinate graph
it means how fare the right is to the left basically.
It is also known as the Cartesian plane where shapes and lines are plotted on it.
it means that you are plotting the points on a graph, or XY coordinate plane
a pair of numbers used to locate a point on a coordinate plane
A vector having coordinate components that are the derived during the solving of a function.
The horizontal value in a pair of coordinates: how far along the point is.
The place of 0o , in the very center, the origin on a coordinate plane, line, etc.
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It is an exact replica of an shape on agraph only in a different area of the coordinate plane.
coordinate geometry or algebra is used to solve equations
It is the abscissa.
they mean coordinate planes.. those are the 2 numbers in the parenthesis when u have a coordinate plane on a graph table. an ordered pair is (1,4) the number on the x and y axis (x,y)
The maths coordinate pair does nothing. It just is.
An abscissa is the distance of a point from the vertical axis. In the standard 2-dimensional Cartesian plane, it is the x coordinate.
In the Cartesian coordinate system, a point represents a position in a two-dimensional space or plane. This means that that point has an x-value and a y-value. This is written as (x,y) and the entire paranthesis is the coordinate. Examples of coordinates: (3,6) and (-2, 12).
It is its coordinate or coordinates
The x-axis is infinite. Any number can be on the x-axis of the coordinate plane. If you mean what is the y-coordinate, every point on the x-axis has a y coordinate of zero: (x, 0)
A coordinate plane consists of the y axis up and left and the x axis right and down
m= y2-y1 x2-x1 slope = y coordinate 2 - y coordinate 1 divided by x coordinate 2 - x coordinate 1
The abscissa is another word for the first coordinate in an ordered pair.
It is the abscissa. The x-coordinate usually represents the location to the right of a fixed point, measured towards the right.
zero z-coordinate on a z-axis, zilch, zombie (math student)
Intercept is a noun, not a verb: so "to intercept" makes no sense. An intercept is a point where a line or curve crosses a line - usually a coordinate axis.