Third and fourth
It does not necessarily fall.
Usually the first quadrant.
depends on line slope
Quadrant I ( + , + ) Quadrant II ( - , + ) Quadrant III ( - , - ) Quadrant IV ( + , - )
A graph with x and y coordinates has 4 quadrants, so would be a 4 quadrant graph.
Quadrant II (Quadrant 2) is the region of the coordinate plane (xy-plane, a graph) that is above the x-axis and to the left of the y-axis. In this quadrant, all x values are positive and all y values are negative.
Each quadrant is equals to 90°. A graph is consists of four quadrants, with each measuring 90 degrees. Quadrant I ranges from 0 degree to 90 degrees, Quadrant II is from 90° to 180°, Quadrant III is from 180° to 270°, and lastly, Quadrant IV is from 270° to 360°
The quadrant in the lower righthand corner.
On an XY graph, the X axis and Y axis create four separate areas. Each one is a quadrant.