Q: What is a coordiante plane in math terms?

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The horizontal coordiante (the x- coord) is the abscissa, and the vertical coordiante (the y- coord) is the ordinate.

An infinite flat surface, or an infinite surface with zero curvature.

The place of 0o , in the very center, the origin on a coordinate plane, line, etc.

There is no such thing or things as quardants in math terms. A quadrant, on the other hand, is either each of the four quarters of the Cartesian plane that is formed by the axes, or the four sectors of a circle formed by any two mutually perpendicular diagonals.

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The horizontal coordiante (the x- coord) is the abscissa, and the vertical coordiante (the y- coord) is the ordinate.

Quadrant

An infinite flat surface, or an infinite surface with zero curvature.

The place of 0o , in the very center, the origin on a coordinate plane, line, etc.

There is no such thing or things as quardants in math terms. A quadrant, on the other hand, is either each of the four quarters of the Cartesian plane that is formed by the axes, or the four sectors of a circle formed by any two mutually perpendicular diagonals.

principal(in terms of math)- the amount you borrow or deposit

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A math expression is a collection of math terms

A comparison in math terms is when you see if two problems are equal to each other.

The three undefined terms are the point,the line and the plane.

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