Q: What is two perpendicular number lines in a coordinate system?

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it is the four regions in which the two perpendicular lines of a coordinate system separate the plane are called integers

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Cartesian coordinate system

Diamonds come in all shapes and sizes, which determine the number of perpendicular lines (assuming you are referring to the edges as the lines) so there is no one number of lines or perpendicular lines on a diamond.

A coordinate graph has two perpendicular lines, or axes, labeled with number and called number lines. The horizontal axis is called the x-axis. The vertical axis is called the y-axis. The point where the x-axis and y-axis intersect is called the origin. I'm doing this in school now!

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axis i am pretty sure sorry if i am wrong

Cartesian coordinate system

They are points on a coordinate plane.

A Cartesian Plane.

They are the horizontal x axis and the vertical y axis that are perpendicular to each other on the Cartesian plane whereas the point of origin is at (0, 0)

it is the four regions in which the two perpendicular lines of a coordinate system separate the plane are called integers

Coordinate planes

A coordinate grid is a grid that you plot points on. A coordinate grid is a 2-dimensional: system in which a location is described by its distance from two perpendicular lines called axes.

The axes.