No the x-axis and y-axis are not in any quadrant. They go between quadrants.
there is quadrant 1 , quadrant 2 , quadrant 3 , and quadrant 4
On an XY graph, the X axis and Y axis create four separate areas. Each one is a quadrant.
If x = 0 then the point is on the y-axis and so it not in any quadrant.
Points on the x-axis or y-axis are not in any quadrant. Therefore, (-3,0) is not contained in a quadrant.
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.
y=0 is a horizontal line on the x-axis. Therefore, it does not lie in any quadrant.
A vertical line passing through 0, commonly called the y-axis, and a horizontal line passingg through 0, commonly called the x-axis, divide the plane into 4 quadrants. Moving counter-clockwise from the positive x-axis, in the 1st quadrant x and y are both positive, in the 2nd quadrant x is negative and y is positive, in the third quadrant both x and y are negative and in the fourth quadrant x is positive and y is negative. Hope this helps.