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Q: Other names for coordinate plane

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They are abscissa (x-coordinate) and ordinate (y-coordinate).

A line on the coordinate plane where all points on the line have the same x-coordinate. A line that goes straight up and down. A vertical line has no slope. a line that you can't possible be found going horizontal

It cannot be a coordinate (paired) adjective because it is not an adjective -- the word never is an adverb. The adjective form (no) might be used as a coordinate adjective, as in little or no time.

For my question I would say that the answer is coordinates because coordinate System is assigned to a model, that coordinate system appears in the Auxiliary Coordinate System dialog. When it is made the active Auxiliary Coordinate System, it is possible to enter data to MicroStation in Longitude, Latitude format, and you can set coordinate readout to show Longitude and Latitude.

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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.

no, coordinate graph is a graph made on a coordinate plane i.e xy-plane

A coordinate plane for 6 is -4,4

the coordinate plane is a map of points

Its other name is the Cartesian plane and it was the French mathematician Rene Descartes who first conceived of the idea of x and y axes on the coordinate plane

The coordinate plane is sometimes call the Cartesian plane because Rene Descartes is often credited with inventing the coordinate plane and so the coordinate plane is sometimes called the Cartesian plane,in his honor.

A plane is the coordinate plane.

The coordinate system can be in any number of dimensions whereas the coordinate plane is a 2-dimensional concept.

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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