It is the abscissa.
The abscissa is another name for the x (horizontal) coordinate of a point. Pronounced "ab-SISS-ah" (the 'c;' is silent). Not used very much. Most commonly, the term "x-coordinate" is used. The ordinate is another name for the y (vertical) coordinate of a point. Pronounced "ORD-inet". Not used very much. Most commonly, the term "y-coordinate" is used.
They are abscissa (x-coordinate) and ordinate (y-coordinate).
It is the abscissa. The x-coordinate usually represents the location to the right of a fixed point, measured towards the right.
m= y2-y1 x2-x1 slope = y coordinate 2 - y coordinate 1 divided by x coordinate 2 - x coordinate 1
A coordinate plane consists of the y axis up and left and the x axis right and down
Yes: X-Axis, X-Coordinate, X-Intercept
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)
The x-coordinate comes first in an ordered pair.
The first and second coordinate. X is the first coordinate and y is the second.
A Coordinate Graph is a graph which has a x and y axis for you to plot
Compare it's position to the origin. The x coordinate is the number of units to the right of the origin. (If it is to the left of the origin the x coordinate is negative.) The y coordinate is the number of units above the origin. (If it is below, the y coordinate is negative.) The point is denoted (x,y) with the x coordinate in place of the x and the y coordinate in place of the y.
It is the Cartesian plane or grid system whereas coordinates of x and y are plotted on it.
The word abscissa can either refer the horizontal axis (the x-axis) in a cartesian coordinate system or the actual coordinate plotted on the horizontal axis.
the "x" coordinate is called "x"
The horizontal value in a pair of coordinates: how far along the point is.
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).
On a coordinate graph, the origin is the point where the X axis and the Y axis intersect. That is the point where X=0 and Y=0.
Its x coordinate is 0.The abscissa (x-coordinate) is zero.
It is called that point...(say, 5, -4) but in the x coordinate. a question may be...Find the x cooriinate of 5, -4, and the x coordinate of it would just be caalled the x coordinate of 5, -4
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 cartesian coordinate system is the basic coordinate system people are familiar with. If you were to plot a basic X Y graph, where X and Y increase towards infinity, you are graphing in the cartesian coordinate system. There are a few other popular coordinate systems for more advanced math, but they are rarely used by most people. (polar coordinate system is common for some calculus equations)
Its other name is the Cartesian plane and it was the French mathematician Rene Descartes who first conceived of the idea of x and y axes on the coordinate plane
The x coordinate for all y intercepts is 0, just as the y coordinate for all x intercepts is 0.