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Following quiz provides Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) related to **Naming the quadrant or axis of a point given its coordinates**. You will have to read all the given answers and click over the correct answer. If you are not sure about the answer then you can check the answer using **Show Answer** button. You can use **Next Quiz** button to check new set of questions in the quiz.

**(5, −3)**

**Step 1** − The point in the graph has coordinates (5, −3).

**Step 2** − The given point (5, −3) lies in the quadrant 4 as its x and y coordinates are positive and negative respectively.

**(3, 7)**

**Step 1** − The point in the graph has coordinates (3, 7).

**Step 2** − The given point (3, 7) lies in the quadrant 1 as both its x and y coordinates are positive.

**(−8, −4)**

**Step 1** − The point in the graph has coordinates (−8, −4).

**Step 2** − The given point (−8, −4) lies in the quadrant 3 as its x and y coordinates are negative and negative respectively.

**(−7, 6)**

**Step 1** − The point in the graph has coordinates (−7, 6).

**Step 2** − The given point (−7, 6) lies in the quadrant 2 as its x and y coordinates are negative and positive respectively.

**(1, 5)**

**Step 1** − The point in the graph has coordinates (1, 5)..

**Step 2** − The given point (1, 5) lies in the quadrant 1 as both its x and y coordinates are positive.

**(0, 8)**

**Step 1** − The point in the graph has coordinates (0, 8).

**Step 2** − The given point (0, 8) lies on the positive y axis as its x and y coordinates are zero and positive respectively.

**(2, 0)**

**Step 1** − The point in the graph has coordinates (2, 0).

**Step 2** − The given point (2, 0) lies on the positive x axis as its x and y coordinates are positive and zero respectively.

**(−9, −5)**

**Step 1** − The point in the graph has coordinates (−9, −5).

**Step 2** − The given point (−9, −5) lies in the quadrant 3 as both its x and y coordinates are negative.

**(0, −3)**

**Step 1** − The point in the graph has coordinates (0, −3).

**Step 2** − The given point (0, −3) lies on the negative y axis as its x and y coordinates are zero and negative respectively.

**(−3, 0)**

**Step 1** − The point in the graph has coordinates (−3, 0).

**Step 2** − The given point (−3, 0) lies on the negative x axis as its x and y coordinates are negative and zero respectively.

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