Q: How does a quadrant look like?

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Like Y = X Except it is a line through the origin in the second and fourth quadrant to show it's negativity.

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

Quadrant 3 Quadrant 4 Quadrant 2 Quadrant 1

The fourth quadrant.

what quadrant is (0,-15) in

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A first quadrant angle. In the general direction of this: / / / ----------------

Like Y = X Except it is a line through the origin in the second and fourth quadrant to show it's negativity.

I think a quadrant was used to see where on the planet you were. Explorers used this by measuring the distance I think between the sun and the constellation. I think this is what it is.

The negative ordinate represents a negative y coordinate. A negative abscissa implies a negative x coordinate. Therefore the coordinate should look like (-x,-y). These coordinates are located at third quadrant.

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

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

It is a line chart which usually starts at the origin, goes up in the first quadrant. It may return to the horizontal axis.

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).

It sounds like a term used in some science fiction story. "Quadrant" is often used in such stories to refer to a region of space.

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?