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What is the abscissa and ordinate of the following point (12,-7) ?

If the ordered pairs \[({x^2} - 3x,{y^2} + 4y)\,and\,( - 2,5)\] are equal, then find x and y?

Is the Cartesian form the same as the rectangular form?

Two teams – team I and team II are standing in lines parallel to each other. If the distance between two players of each team is considered as 1 unit and the distance between the two teams is 5 units, then answer the following questions.

(i) In case position of A is considered as (0, 0), find the positions of C, G, P and W.

(ii) In case the position of D is considered as (0, 0), find the positions of Q, S, V, A and G.

(iii) In case the position of R is considered as (0, 0), find the positions of B, C, E, Q and T.

(i) In case position of A is considered as (0, 0), find the positions of C, G, P and W.

(ii) In case the position of D is considered as (0, 0), find the positions of Q, S, V, A and G.

(iii) In case the position of R is considered as (0, 0), find the positions of B, C, E, Q and T.

What are the coordinates of \[S\]?

\[\begin{align}

& A.\left( 3,2 \right) \\

& B.\left( 3,-2 \right) \\

& C.\left( -2,3 \right) \\

& D.\left( -3,-2 \right) \\

\end{align}\]

\[\begin{align}

& A.\left( 3,2 \right) \\

& B.\left( 3,-2 \right) \\

& C.\left( -2,3 \right) \\

& D.\left( -3,-2 \right) \\

\end{align}\]

Point $\left( 0,-3 \right)$ lies on:

A. +ve X-axis

B. –ve X-axis

C. –ve Y-axis

D. –ve Y-axis

A. +ve X-axis

B. –ve X-axis

C. –ve Y-axis

D. –ve Y-axis

If A (1, 2), B (4, 3) and C (6, 6) are the vertices of parallelogram ABCD, then find the co- ordinates of the fourth vertex?

How do you complete each ordered pair $\left( {2,?} \right)$ so that it is a solution to $6x - y = 7?$

How do you convert the point $(3, - 3,7)$ from rectangular coordinates to cylindrical coordinates?

Which point lies on the X-axis?

A. \[(0,3)\]

B. \[( - 3,0)\]

C. \[( - 5, - 1)\]

D. \[(4, - 3)\]

A. \[(0,3)\]

B. \[( - 3,0)\]

C. \[( - 5, - 1)\]

D. \[(4, - 3)\]

The point of the form \[\left( a,-a \right)\] always lies on the line

(a) $x=a$

(b) $y=a$

(c) $y=x$

(d) $x+y=0$

(a) $x=a$

(b) $y=a$

(c) $y=x$

(d) $x+y=0$

To locate the position of an object or a point in a plane, we require two perpendicular lines. One is horizontal and the other is vertical.

(a) True

(b) False.

(a) True

(b) False.

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