**Quadrant**I: The upper right**quadrant**is the first**quadrant**, denoted as**Quadrant**I. In this**quadrant**, the x-axis and the y-axis both have positive numbers.**Quadrant**II: The upper left**quadrant**is the second**quadrant**, denoted as**Quadrant**II.**Quadrant**(graph) more ... Any of the 4 areas made when we divide up a plane by an x and y axis, as shown. They are usually numbered I, II, III and IV. See:**Quadrant**(circle) Cartesian Coordinates.A

**quadrant**can be defined as a region/part of a cartesian plane that is obtained when the two axes intersect each other. It is used to determine the position of a point in a plane. Observe the figure given below which shows a cartesian plane that is divided into 4 quadrants by the two axes.3. a. : any of the four parts into which a plane is divided by rectangular coordinate axes lying in that plane. b. : any of the four quarters into which something is divided by two real or imaginary lines that intersect each other at right angles. quadrantal.

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**quadrant**is one of the four sections of a rectangular coordinate plane. The four quadrants make up the area contained by the x- and y-axes and are labeled I through IV, starting in the upper right**quadrant**and going counterclockwise, as shown in the figure below.A

**quadrant**is a region defined by the two axes (x-axis and y-axis) of the coordinate system. When the two axes, x-axis and y-axis, intersect each other at 90 degrees, the four regions so formed are the**quadrants**. These regions include both positive and negative values of x-axis and y-axis, called coordinates.Any of the four regions into which a plane is divided by the axes of a Cartesian coordinate system. The quadrants are numbered counterclockwise one through four, beginning with the

**quadrant**in which both the x- and y-coordinates are positive (usually the upper right**quadrant**).noun. geometry. a quarter of the circumference of a circle. the area enclosed by two perpendicular radii of a circle and its circumference. any of the four sections into which a plane is divided by two coordinate axes. a piece of a mechanism in the form of a quarter circle, esp one used as a cam or a gear sector.

The Cartesian plane (or the x-y plane) is a two-line graph on which you plot ordered pairs. The two intersecting lines of the Cartesian plane make four distinct graph

**quadrants**. In this article, we’ll discuss what graph**quadrants**are, how to manipulate data points on graph**quadrants**, and walk through some sample graph**quadrant**problems.A

**quadrant**is a distinct section of the Cartesian coordinate plane, formed by the intersection of its x-axis and y-axis. The word “**quadrant**” itself comes from the Latin word “quadrans,” which means “a quarter.”