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# Where would a point lie if its ordinate is 5 and if its abscissa is -4?

Updated: 9/23/2023

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Q: Where would a point lie if its ordinate is 5 and if its abscissa is -4?
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### What quadrants would a point lie if its abscissa and ordinate are equal?

In Quadrant I a point would lie if its abscissa and ordinates are equal.

### In what quadrants would a point lie if its abscissa and ordinate are numerically equal but of opposite signs?

The 2nd quadrant and 4th quadrant would be where a point would lie if it's abscissa and ordinate are numerically equal but of opposite signs.

### In what quadrants would a point lie if its abscissa and ordinates are equal?

In Quadrant I a point would lie if its abscissa and ordinates are equal.

### Where would a point lie if its ordinate is 0?

If the point's ordinate, or y-coordinate, is zero then it must lie on the x-axis somewhere.

### Where does the point lie if its abscissa is 0?

It's somewhere on the y-axis.

### Where would a point lie if its ordinate is 3?

To locate a point on a plane you need two coordinates. You can't guess the second coordinate based on the first one - or vice versa. The other number can be anything.

### Where on the coordinate plane would point (0-5) Lie?

It would lie on the y axis

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### Can a point lie on two different lines?

Yes as long as the two lines are intersecting at that point. For example if you looked at an x-y axis, the point (0,0) would lie on both the x and y axis or two different lines.