How do quadrants work?
Subsequently, one may also ask, what are the 4 quadrants of a graph?
This graph is divided into four quadrants, or sections, based on those values. The first quadrant is the upper right-hand corner of the graph, the section where both x and y are positive. The second quadrant, in the upper left-hand corner, includes negative values of x and positive values of y.
Similarly, in which quadrant does the point (- 4 3 lies? The point (4,3) lies in Quadrant I because because both x and y coordinates are positive (+,+). Moving in an anti-clockwise direction, in Quadrant II x-coordinates are negative and y-coordinates are positive (-,+). In Quadrant III, both x and y coordinates are negative (-,-).
Also to know is, how do you do quadrants?
1) If both x and y are positive then this point is at quadrant I (it is upper-right quadrant). 2) If x is negative but y is positive then point is at quadrant II (this one is upper-left quadrant). 3) If x and y are negative then point is at quadrant III (lower-left).
What quadrant is the point 0 0 in?
Note that points that lie on an axis do not lie in any quadrant. If a point lies on the x-axis then its y-coordinate is 0. Similarly, a point on the y-axis has its x-coordinate 0. The origin has coordinates (0,0).