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Lil hep from you Math gurus, please-

BFISA

Well-Known Member
#1
Onna Cartesian Coordinate System graph, how d'y'all plot points (o, -pi)??

More specifically, where on the "y" axis is -pi??:icon_eek: :icon_shrug: :icon_huh: :no: :unsure:
 
#4
I hope I am not too late.

X - Axis is horizontal - goes from East to West.

Y - Axis is vertical - goes from South to North

Where X axis and Y axis intersect is the 0,0 pt.

South of the 0,0 pt. is -ve Y axis. thats where -pi will be. pi = 3.1459. So -pi = -3.1459
 

BFISA

Well-Known Member
#6
goboilers said:
I hope I am not too late.

X - Axis is horizontal - goes from East to West.

Y - Axis is vertical - goes from South to North

Where X axis and Y axis intersect is the 0,0 pt.

South of the 0,0 pt. is -ve Y axis. thats where -pi will be. pi = 3.1459. So -pi = -3.1459
thanx Bro, you're absolutely correct!!:tup:
 

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