Q: What is name of y coordinate?

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The y coordinate is -1 and the x coordinate is 4

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.

The x coordinate for all y intercepts is 0, just as the y coordinate for all x intercepts is 0.

x-coordinate: abscissa y-coordinate: ordinate

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The first and second coordinate. X is the first coordinate and y is the second.

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.

A y coordinate is when you have a long line (y axis) and you coordinate (put numbers on that line) and you graph them

The y coordinate is -1 and the x coordinate is 4

A point's y coordinate is its vertical position, or how high or low it is.

No, the y-coordinate can be positive or negative.

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.

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.

x-coordinate: abscissa y-coordinate: ordinate

x-coordinate on y axis is 0