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Nearest point to the x-axis : (1,7)Further explanation
Cartesian coordinates describe points in the two-dimensional plane , in the form of x and y coordinates.
The x coordinate is called abscissa and y is called ordinate
So the points in the Cartesian coordinates are ordered pairs in the form (x, y)
The point where the axes meet is called the origin which has coordinates (0,0)
From points a. (-6, -4) b. (-7, 5) c. (2, 3) d. (1, 7) e. (-3, -6) , the closest to the x-axis is the shortest distance, determined from the abscissa value. Because it is calculated as distance, the positive and negative signs have no effect (ignored), so the smallest abscissa value between the points above is d . (1, 7)Learn more
Every line in a cartesian coordinate plane