# What quadrants would a zero abscissa and a negative ordinate be in?

A point with those properties is on the negative-y axis . . .

the boundary line between Quadrants III and IV.

### If a degree is negative is it a monomial?

Depends if you like bananas... JK, no the degree cant be negative because if it was then the trioxians of the neutrino would implode to a sub zero quantum ordinate and the multiverse would incenerate itself and turn into a meca black hole...and that is why we dont want monomials to have a negative degree.

### How do you use ordinate in a sentence?

Keep in mind that 'ordinate' is a noun and refers to the distance between a point and the x-axis on a Cartesian plane, or the y-coordinate of the point. You could say, then, "The ordinate of point A is (blank)," which would refer to the distance from point A to the x-axis, or if you want to assure that there is no confusion, "The ordinate of point A to the x-axis is (blank)." To my…

### What is the x coordinate of the point given below?

I cannot see the graph. I'm assuming the point is on a coordinate graph. Without seeing the graph, the x coordinate cannot be found but I can give a little advice. When reading coordinates, the x coordinate (or x-ordinate to be exact) is the first number in the ordered pair (x,y). To remember this, think alphabetically, x comes before y. On a coordinate plane, to find the x-ordinate you need to count how far left/right…

### What does a cause and effect wheel look like?

As far as I can tell from one example, a cause and effect wheel looks like a circle with quadrants and in each of the quadrants there is a cause and effect question with blanks related to the story. The quadrants also relate to one another... for instance, if the first quadrant said "If you eat too much then you will get fat" then other quadrants might say "If you ________ then you will eat…

### What is electronic navigation?

The process of finding where you are, and how to get to where you want to be by electronic means. Probably the first such system was the four course range where you would hear a stream of morse "N's" in two quadrants, and "A's" in the two other quadrants. If you were exactly between quadrants you heard a continuous tone. Also known as the Adcock range. (See related links) Nowadays we use VOR/DME, TACAN, and…

### Does a negative plus a negative equal a negative?

Negative plus Negative would equal positive in Maths. like this: -7 + -8 = 1 Because you're adding a minus It Will Not Equal a Positive it will Equal a Negative. -7+-8= -15. Because you are adding a negative to another negative. If the problem was -7+8= 1. Because you are taking seven out of that eight. If It were to be multiplication than a negative TIMES a negative would have been a positive(-8 x…