Plot each point and name the quadrant or axis in which the point lies. See Example 1.
here. We're going to start by plotting the 0.32 Remember that when we start plotting our points, we're gonna do our X coordinate first, which are X axis moves left to right. And our why coordinate, which is our up and down. So our X coordinate is three. So we're going to move to the positives. We're gonna go from the origin lift three, and then our why coordinate is too. And since it's positive, we will go up to. So this is the 0.3 to and our quadrants. Our quadrant, one quadrant, two quadrant, three in quadrant four. So the 0.32 lies in quadrant one.