 # Quick Answer: On Which Axis Does The Point 0 3 Lie?

## In which quadrant or on which axis do each of the points 0?

The point (-1, 0) lies on the negative x-axis.

The point (1, 2) lies in the I quadrant.

The point (-3, -5) lies in the III quadrant..

## On which axis does the point P 50?

Answer: (a) Point P lies on x-axis, since ordinate is zero. (b) Point Q lies on y-axis, since abscissa is zero. (c) Point R lies on x-axis, since ordinate is zero.

## In which quadrant abscissa of a point is negative?

(iii) The co-ordinates of any point lies in the third quadrant have both the abscissa and ordinate are negative i.e. (-, -). (iv) The co-ordinates of any point lies in the fourth quadrant have the abscissa positive and ordinate negative i.e. (+, -).

## On which axis does the point a 0 lie?

If one coordinate is zero, then the point is located on the x-axis or the y-axis. If y coordinate is zero, then the point is located on the y-axis.

## In which quadrant or axis does the point 5 0 lie?

We can see that the co-ordinate (5,0) lies in the first quadrant as both abscissa and ordinate of the point are positive. 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.

## What is the quadrant of 0 0?

The point (0,0) doesn’t lie in a specific quadrant. This is because it’s essentially where the two axes (x and y) meet; the boundary between all 4 quadrants. It’s known as the origin, and not really defined as belonging to any of the quadrants on a coordinate plane.

## In which quadrant abscissa of a point is positive?

The distance along the horizontal axis. A coordinate is an ordered pair of numbers in which the first number is the abscissa i.e. the measurement along the X axis. So, the abscissa of the point is positive in the first and fourth quadrant. … The abscissa is the x coordinate of a point on the coordinate plane.

## What quadrant if point is on axis?

Note that points that lie on an axis do not lie in any quadrant. If a point lies on the x-axis then its y-coordinate is 0. Similarly, a point on the y-axis has its x-coordinate 0. The origin has coordinates (0,0).