Q: What is the product of abscissa and ordinate is ten?

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abscissa = sqrt[1 - square of the ordinate]

abscissa and ordinate

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The abscissa is the x or horizontal coordinate. The ordinate is the y or vertical coordinate. I remember them because they are both alphabetical.

The abscissa is 8.

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abscissa = sqrt[1 - square of the ordinate]

2x+3y=10

abscissa

The vertical axis of a graph is known as the ordinate and the horizontal axis of a graph is known as the abscissa. So commonly when talking about (x,y) as a point on the graph, we refer to x value as the abscissa and y value as the ordinate.

The abscissa and the ordinate.

abscissa and ordinate

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Coordinate is the common name. Abscissa is used for the information along the X-axis. Ordinate is used for the information along Y-axis. So abscissa is the x co-ordinate, and ordinate is the y co-ordinate. As they are both negative, then the point must be located in the third quadrant.

The abscissa is the x or horizontal coordinate. The ordinate is the y or vertical coordinate. I remember them because they are both alphabetical.

No the x axis is the abscissa and the y axis the ordinate.

x is abscissa and y is ordinate in co ordinate geomentry

An ordinate is the "y" co-ordinate of an ordered pair. e.g. in (3,4), 4 is the ordinate. If you are interested the "x" part is called the abscissa.