Q: What quadrant is the point (-47) in?

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The point (1,3) is located in the first quadrant.

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If the signs of the Cartesian coordinates are: (+, +) => first quadrant (-, +) => second quadrant (-, -) => third quadrant (+, -) => fourth quadrant. If one of the coordinates is 0 then the point is on an axis and NOT in a quadrant. If both coordinates are 0 then the point is at the origin. If the location of the point is given in polar coordinates, then you only need the angle. Suppose the principal angle is Î¦, then 0 < Î¦ < 90 degrees => first quadrant 90 < Î¦ < 180 => second quadrant 180 < Î¦ < 270 => third quadrant 270 < Î¦ < 360 => fourth quadrant. Again, if the angle is 90, 180 etc degrees, the point is on an axis. If the magnitude is 0 then the point is at the origin.

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If you mean the point (7, 9) then it is in the 1st quadrant

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In which quadrant is the point (-5, 6)

The point (1,3) is located in the first quadrant.

Quadrant I

The point of origin is not in any quadrant. In fact, any point on the X or Y axis is not in a quadrant. In order for a point to be in Q1, Q2, Q3 or Q4, it must not be on an axis.

In the 1st quadrant

The point (2, 3) is located in the 1st quadrant

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Converse: If the coordinates are positive, then the point is in the first quadrant

If the signs of the Cartesian coordinates are: (+, +) => first quadrant (-, +) => second quadrant (-, -) => third quadrant (+, -) => fourth quadrant. If one of the coordinates is 0 then the point is on an axis and NOT in a quadrant. If both coordinates are 0 then the point is at the origin. If the location of the point is given in polar coordinates, then you only need the angle. Suppose the principal angle is Î¦, then 0 < Î¦ < 90 degrees => first quadrant 90 < Î¦ < 180 => second quadrant 180 < Î¦ < 270 => third quadrant 270 < Î¦ < 360 => fourth quadrant. Again, if the angle is 90, 180 etc degrees, the point is on an axis. If the magnitude is 0 then the point is at the origin.

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If you mean point (2, 5) then it is in the 1st quadrant on the Cartesian plane

If you mean the point (7, 9) then it is in the 1st quadrant