Q: What quadrant does 50 fall in?

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It does not necessarily fall.

Fourth.

Quadrant I : (+, +) Quadrant II : (-, +) Quadrant III : (-, -) Quadrant IV : (+, -)

Quadrant 3 Quadrant 4 Quadrant 2 Quadrant 1

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It does not necessarily fall.

IF power failed an upper quadrant signal would fall (by gravity) into the stop position. The lower quad signal would fall to "clear".

Fourth.

Quadrant I : (+, +) Quadrant II : (-, +) Quadrant III : (-, -) Quadrant IV : (+, -)

Quadrant I ( + , + ) Quadrant II ( - , + ) Quadrant III ( - , - ) Quadrant IV ( + , - )

Quadrant 3 Quadrant 4 Quadrant 2 Quadrant 1

The value of x will be negative in the bottom left quadrant (quadrant 3) and the top left quadrant (quadrant 2).

Quadrant 1: (1,5) Quadrant 2: (-2,3) Quadrant 3: (-3,-3) Quadrant 4:(4,-1)

1 quadrant = 1 quadrant. Or what is the question?

the right upper quadrant

The second quadrant.