# Which quadrant is which

## Which quadrant is which on a graph?

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. The third quadrant, the lower left-hand corner, includes negative values of both x and y.## What are the 4 quadrants in order?

The axes of a two-dimensional Cartesian system divide the plane into four infinite regions, called quadrants, each bounded by two half-axes. These are often numbered from 1st to 4th and denoted by Roman numerals: I (where the signs of the (x; y) coordinates are

**I (+; +), II (−; +), III (−; −), and IV (+; −)**.## How do you find the quadrant?

The quadrants are labeled with quadrant I (

**Roman numeral**one) being the upper right region, quadrant II (Roman numeral two) being the upper left region, quadrant III (Roman numeral three) being the lower left region, and quadrant IV (Roman numeral four) being the lower right region.## How are the 4 quadrants numbered?

Coordinate plane quadrants are numbered

**I, II, III, and IV**as shown on the grid below. … All points in Quadrant II have a negative x-coordinate and a positive y-coordinate. All points in Quadrant III have two negative coordinates. All points in Quadrant IV have a positive x-coordinate and a negative y-coordinate.## What is quadrant or axis?

Quadrant is

**the region enclosed by the intersection of the X-axis and the Y-axis**. On the cartesian plane when the two axes, X-axis and Y-axis, intersect with each other at 90^{º}there are four regions formed around it, and those regions are called quadrants.## What is the 4th quadrant?

Quadrant IV: The fourth quadrant is

**in the bottom right corner of the plane**. In this coordinate X has positive values and y has negative values.## What are the 4 coordinate planes?

**Here are the characteristics for each of the four coordinate plane quadrants:**

- Quadrant I: positive x and positive y.
- Quadrant II: negative x and positive y.
- Quadrant III: negative x and negative y.
- Quadrant IV: positive x and negative y.

## What quadrant is 5/2 located?

Quadrant II

In our coordinate, x is negative (−5) and y is positive (2) , which fits (−x,y) , meaning that this coordinate is in

**Quadrant II**.## What is the area of quadrant?

The formula for the area of a quadrant is

**1/4 × area of a circle**or is equal to πr^{2}/4. And the units for area of quadrant is m^{2}, inch^{2}, cm^{2}.## What are the 4 quadrants of a coordinate plane?

Quadrant one (QI) is the top right fourth of the coordinate plane, where there are only positive coordinates. Quadrant two (QII) is the top left fourth of the coordinate plane. Quadrant three (QIII) is the bottom left fourth.

**Quadrant four (QIV) is the bottom right fourth**.## Where is coordinate 1?

The x-coordinate is 1 because it comes first in the ordered pair. Start

**at the origin**and move a distance of 1 unit in a positive direction (to the right) from the origin along the x-axis.## What is coordinate grid?

Well, the coordinate grid, sometimes referred to as the Cartesian or rectangular coordinate plane, is

**the intersection of two real number lines, one horizontal and one vertical**. It acts as a map and yields precise directions from one place to another.## How many types of quadrants are there?

The coordinate axes divide the plane into four quadrants, labelled first, second, third and fourth as shown.

## In which quadrant does the point (- 4 3 lies?

In 4th quadrant, the abscissa is positive and the ordinate is negative. Thus, (-4,-3) lies in the

**3rd quadrant**.## What is the quadrant of 0 3?

The point, (0, 3), when plotted is not in any quadrant as illustrated below: It lies on the

**positive y-axis**and is not located in any quadrant. The quadrant is the space bound by the axes and since it is on the border itself, it is not in any quadrant but on the positive side of the vertical axis itself.## Which quadrant is a in?

quadrant I

Point A is in

**quadrant I**since its coordinates are (+, +). Point B is in quadrant II since its coordinates are (-, +). Points C is in quadrant III since its coordinates are (-, -). Point D is in quadrant IV since its coordinates are (+, -).## Which is the second quadrant?

Quadrant II

Quadrant II: The second quadrant is in the

**upper left-hand corner**of the plane. X has negative values in this quadrant and y has positive values.## What are the quadrants of the abdomen?

**Four abdominal quadrants**

- right upper quadrant fossa (RUQ)
- right lower quadrant fossa (RLQ)
- left lower quadrant fossa (LLQ)
- left upper quadrant fossa (LUQ)

## What is the quadrant of 0?

Algebra Examples

Since the x-coordinate is 0 and the y-coordinate is 0 , the point is located **at the origin**. The quadrants are labeled in counter-clockwise order, starting in the upper-right.

## Is Cos positive quadrant 2?

In the first quadrant, the values for sin, cos and tan are positive. In the second quadrant, the values for sin are positive only. In the third quadrant, the values for tan are positive only. In the fourth quadrant, the values for cos are

**positive only**.