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Homework Statement
In the graph i know the (X,Y) position of the point A , i know the Distance between point A and B , i know the angle also . how can i find the position (X,Y) of point B ?
prasantha60 said:Homework Statement
In the graph i know the (X,Y) position of the point A , i know the Distance between point A and B , i know the angle also . how can i find the position (X,Y) of point B ?
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To find the X and Y point on a graph, you need to locate the coordinates of the point on the X and Y axis. The X coordinate is the horizontal value and the Y coordinate is the vertical value. Once you have located the coordinates, you can plot them on the graph to find the point.
Finding the X and Y point on a graph is important because it allows us to visually represent and interpret data. It helps us understand the relationship between two variables and make informed decisions.
To find the exact coordinates of a point on a graph, you can use a ruler or a protractor to measure the distance from the origin (0,0) to the point. You can also use the equation y = mx + b, where m is the slope and b is the y-intercept, to calculate the coordinates.
No, you cannot find the X and Y point on a graph without plotting it. The purpose of a graph is to visually represent data and show the relationship between variables. Without plotting the point, you will not be able to accurately determine the coordinates.
Negative numbers do not affect finding the X and Y point on a graph. The X and Y axis are used to represent positive and negative values, so you can still locate and plot points with negative coordinates on the graph.