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**Quadrants**. In the cartesian system, the coordinate plane is divided into four equal parts by the intersection of the x-axis (the horizontal number line) and the y-axis (the vertical number line). These four regions are called**quadrants**because they each represent one-quarter of the whole coordinate plane. They are denoted by Roman numerals ...Each

**graph****quadrant**has a distinct combination of positive and negative values. Here are the**graph****quadrants**and their values:**Quadrant**I: The first**quadrant**is in the upper right-hand corner of the plane. Both x and y have positive values in this**quadrant**.**Quadrant**II: The second**quadrant**is in the upper left-hand corner of the plane.The coordinate plane is divided into four sections, called

**quadrants**.**Quadrant**I has positive x and y values,**Quadrant**II has negative x and positive y,**Quadrant**III has negative x and y, and**Quadrant**IV has positive x and negative y. The point (-7,7) is in**Quadrant**II. Created by Sal Khan and Monterey Institute for Technology and Education.- 2 min

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**quadrants**example. Google Classroom. Microsoft Teams. About. Transcript. Plotting points on a**graph**involves moving along the x and y axes. Positive x-values move right, negative x-values move left. Positive y-values move up, negative y-values move down. The**graph**is divided into four**quadrants**, helping us locate points easily.- 2 min

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**quadrant**means 4 parts of something. So, in a coordinate plane, the 4 "squares" are called**quadrants**. There are 4**quadrants**in a coordinate plane, and they each have different locations and names. The top right**quadrant**is called,**Quadrant**1. The top left**quadrant**is called,**Quadrant**2.**Quadrant**.**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 and there are four regions formed around it, and those regions are called**quadrants**. So, every plane has four**quadrants**each bounded by half of the axes.A coordinate system has four

**quadrants**. Each**quadrant**has its properties and is frequently labeled using Roman numerals.**Quadrant**I, or the first**quadrant**, is the upper right**quadrant**. Both the x – axis and y – axis have positive numbers in**Quadrant**I.**Quadrant**II, or the second**quadrant**, is the upper left**quadrant**.