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**Cartesian coordinate system**(UK: / k ɑː ˈ t iː zj ə n /, US: / k ɑːr ˈ t i ʒ ə n /) in a plane is a coordinate system that specifies each point uniquely by a pair of numerical coordinates, which are the signed distances to the point from two fixed perpendicular oriented lines, measured in the same unit of length.Count the number of points inside the

**quadrant**, i.e. having a distance from the origin of less than 1; The ratio of the inside-count and the total-sample-count is an estimate of the ratio of the two areas, π / 4. Multiply the result by 4 to estimate π. In this procedure the domain of inputs is the square that circumscribes the**quadrant**.The two number lines divide the coordinate plane into 4 regions. These regions are called quadrants. The quadrants are denoted by roman numerals and each of these quadrants have their own properties. X and Y have different signs in each

**quadrant**.**Quadrant**I: (x,y)**Quadrant**II: (-x,y),**Quadrant**III: (-x,-y),**Quadrant**IV: (x,-y).Each paper writer passes a series of grammar and vocabulary tests before joining our team.

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**graphical**interpretations of the modulus \( |Z| \) and the argument \( \theta \) are shown below for a complex number on a complex. The modulus \( |Z| \) is the length of the segment representing the complex number. It may represent a magnitude if the complex number represent a physical quantity.**Graphical**representation is a form of visually displaying data through various methods like graphs, diagrams, charts, and plots. It helps in sorting, visualizing, and presenting data in a clear manner through different types of graphs. Statistics mainly use**graphical**representation to show data. What are the Different Types of**Graphical**...Enter the email address you signed up with and we'll email you a reset link.