Q: What is grid origin?

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It is the point of origin at (0, 0) where the x and y axes meet each other at right angles

It depends on the scale you choose for your axes. If the major grid lines are at single integers (1, 2, 3...) then 0.4 would be 4 tenths of the way from the origin to the No.1 grid-line. If though you made every tenth grid-line = 1 then 0.4 would be the 4th grid-line.

In a two dimensional grid, the order is specified horizontal (or "X") first followed by the vertical (or "Y"). So on typical two dimensional grid with the origin defined as (0, 0) if you have a point that is to the right 3 units and up two units you would would write it as as (3, 2). In a three dimensional grid, the order is specified (X, Y, Z).

You simply start at the origin (0,0) and you move 3 spots on the grid to the left, to the left, to the left AND since it is a positive 7, you would have to go UP seven spots. :)

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u would use a coordinate grid by starting from the origin (0)

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The definition of global grid is a grid that covers the whole Earth.

A coordinate grid is squares. It has an origin where a vertical line, the y axis, and a horizontal line, the x axis, cross.

It is the point of origin at (0, 0) where the x and y axes meet each other at right angles

An x-y coordinate system, with the origin at 0° latitude and 0° longitude

A grid with a horizontal axis and a vertical axis that intersect at a point is called a Cartesian coordinate system. The axes are perpendicular to each other and therefore form four right angles at the point at which they intersect, known as the origin.

It depends on the scale you choose for your axes. If the major grid lines are at single integers (1, 2, 3...) then 0.4 would be 4 tenths of the way from the origin to the No.1 grid-line. If though you made every tenth grid-line = 1 then 0.4 would be the 4th grid-line.

Coordinate grid is a plane with a x and y axis extending from the origin with multiple perpendicular line spaced out evenly on the grid. Oh, it's also used to graph some data or info (most of the time used in math)

The origin is where x axis and y axis intersect.

It is the horizontal line that is perpendicular to the y axis at the point of origin

It is the point of origin at (0, 0) where the x and y axes meet each other at right angles