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A coordinate plane! If it has one or more breaks in it is not a coordinate plane but only a part of one.

If the y axis is part of the Cartesian coordinate system, then the other coordinate is zero.Their x-axis value is 0.

If the coordinate of A is x, and that of the midpoint of AB, M, is m then the distance AM is m-x so the distance AB = 2*(m-x) So the coordinate of B is x + 2*(m-x) = 2m-x For coordinates in more than one dimension, apply the above rule separately for each dimension.

That it is positioned on at least one axis of the coordinate system.

It is a point on the coordinate grid. The grid may be the Cartesian or coordinate plane, or its equivalent in 3 or more dimensions. It could also refer to a grid where the axes are not at right angles to one another (eg isometric grid).

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As many as you like. Coordinate systems are arbitrary frameworks used to describe the system configuration (arrangement). The popular coordinate systems are rectangular, polar and spherical. Coordinate systems are not the same as dimensions. A physical problem may have only one dimension and can be described in a three dimensional rectangular coordinate system. Physics since Einstein is believed to be 4 dimensional. A 4 dimensional coordinate system like quaternions would seem to be convenient.

As a mathematical question this would refer to a choice of normally one of two popular coordinate systems, the Cartesian and the polar.

When working in three-dimensional space, you can define a user coordinate system (UCS) with its own 0,0,0 origin and orientation separate from the World Coordinate System. You can create as many user coordinate systems as you want, and then save and recall them as you need them to simplify construction of three-dimensional entities. For example, you can create a separate UCS for each side of a building. Then, by switching to the UCS for the east side of the building, you can draw the windows on that side by specifying only their x- and y-coordinates. When you create one or more user coordinate systems, the coordinate entry is based on the current UCS.

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Coordinate is one word.

A coordinate plane! If it has one or more breaks in it is not a coordinate plane but only a part of one.

They are entirely different systems. One does not control the other. You have a problem in your heater core, heater control, water circulation or hoses.

b)a coordinate covalent bond is a covalent bond in which one atom contributes both bonding electrons, In a coordinate covalent bond, the shared electron pair comes from one of the bonding atoms. Once formed, a coordinate covalent bond is like any other covalent bond

You can impose a coordinate system, of course. Some commonly used coordinate systems are the one related to the Earth's rotation axis; the one related to the Ecliptic (the path of the Earth around the Sun); and galactic coordinates - related to our Milky Way.

In a coordinate covalent bond the electrons are only from one atom.Examples ae (NH4)+, (H3O)+.

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A coordinate grid has just one large section displaying data varying from (0,0) to (infinity,infinity). On the other hand, a coordinate plane is much different. A coordinate plane has four sections, (+,+), (+,-), (-,+), and (-,-). Theese four sections are all in oposite corners of a grid. I hope this helped!!

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