Table of Contents

- 1 What is x-coordinate called?
- 2 What is x-coordinate in a graph?
- 3 Is the X coordinate positive or negative?
- 4 Does the x-coordinate come first?
- 5 What is another word for Y-coordinate?
- 6 When your y-coordinate is negative you move?
- 7 What is the x coordinate of the ordered pair?
- 8 What is another name for the x coordinate in math?

## What is x-coordinate called?

The x – coordinate is also called the abscissa. (ii) The y – coordinate of a point is its perpendicular distance from the x – axis measured along the y – axis (positive along the positive direction of the y – axis and negative along the negative direction of the y – axis).

### What is x-coordinate in a graph?

An x-coordinate is the first element in an ordered pair. When an ordered pair is graphed as the coordinates of a point in the coordinate plane, the x-coordinate represents the directed distance of the point from the y-axis. Another name for the x-coordinate is the abscissa.

**What is an example of x-coordinate?**

The x-coordinate is typically the first of the two numbers and is the x value of the pair. For example, for the ordered pair (6,5), the x-coordinate is ‘6’, meaning that on a Cartesian plane, a 2-dimensional graph, you’ll move 6 units down the x-axis.

**Does the X coordinate come first?**

The numbers on a coordinate grid are used to locate points. Each point can be identified by an ordered pair of numbers; that is, a number on the x-axis called an x-coordinate, and a number on the y-axis called a y-coordinate. The x-coordinate always comes first, followed by the y-coordinate.

## Is the X coordinate positive or negative?

In Quadrant I, both the x– and y-coordinates are positive; in Quadrant II, the x-coordinate is negative, but the y-coordinate is positive; in Quadrant III both are negative; and in Quadrant IV, x is positive but y is negative.

### Does the x-coordinate come first?

**Is the x-coordinate positive or negative?**

**Where is 0 on a coordinate grid?**

the origin

The center of the coordinate system (where the lines intersect) is called the origin. The axes intersect when both x and y are zero. The coordinates of the origin are (0, 0).

## What is another word for Y-coordinate?

Another name for the y-coordinate is the ordinate. Note: The x-coordinate or abscissa represents the directed distance of the point from the y-axis.

### When your y-coordinate is negative you move?

Move to the right along the x-axis 3 units until you find 3. Next, look at your y-coordinate. Because the y-coordinate is negative, you will be moving down. Move down from the 3 on the x-axis 4 units until you are lined up with the -4 on the y-axis.

**What parts of a graph are negative?**

The negative regions of a function are those intervals where the function is below the x-axis. It is where the y-values are negative (not zero). y-values that are on the x-axis are neither positive nor negative. The x-axis is where y = 0.

**What does the x coordinate mean?**

Definition of x-coordinate. : a coordinate whose value is determined by measuring parallel to an x-axis specifically : abscissa .

## What is the x coordinate of the ordered pair?

The ordered pair is (first) ordered, meaning it always occurs in the same way, and (second) a pair, meaning you need two objects — in this case, numbers — to make it up. Every ordered pair in Cartesian coordinates begins with an x-value. The ordered pair (2, 11) has an x-value of 5, so its x-coordinate is 5.

### What is another name for the x coordinate in math?

The abscissa is another name for the x (horizontal) coordinate of a point. Pronounced “ab-SISS-ah” (the ‘c;’ is silent). Not used very much. Most commonly, the term “x-coordinate” is used. The ordinate is another name for the y (vertical) coordinate of a point.

**What are X and Y axes?**

An X and Y Graph have two perpendicular axis or lines labeled like number lines. The horizontal axis is called x-axis, and the vertical axis is called the y-axis. The point where the X and Y Axis Graph intersects is called the origin.