Q: What is the intersection of the x and y axis in coordinate plane called?

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Coordinate plane

It is called the x axis and the vertical number line is the y axis

The center of the cartesian coordinate plane is called the origin and is located at the point (0,0), where the x and y axis meet.

The horizontal line in the Cartesian plane is called the x-axis or x-coordinate.

Its y-coordinate is zero.

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Coordinate plane

The xy or Cartesian or coordinate plane.

The x-axis typically intersects the y-axis in a coordinate plane at the origin, or 0,0. One can renumber either or both axis, resulting in a different intersection point, but that is usually done only in specialized cases.

It is called the x axis and the vertical number line is the y axis

Quadrant.

Those are the four "quadrants".

The horizontal number line on a coordinate plane is called the x-axis, and the vertical number line on a coordinate plane is called the y-axis.

I'm thinking quadrants would be the answer.

Up and down axis

y axis

A coordinate plane has two axes and four quadrants. The horizontal number line is called the x-axis and the vertical line is called the y-axis.

The origin.