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Points (x, 5) and (−6, y), not shown in the figure above, are in Quadr

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Points (x, 5) and (−6, y), not shown in the figure above, are in Quadrants I and III, respectively. If xy ≠ 0, in which quadrant is point (x, y)?

A. IV
B. III
C. II
D. I
E. It cannot be determined from the information given


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Bunuel wrote:
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Points (x, 5) and (−6, y), not shown in the figure above, are in Quadrants I and III, respectively. If xy ≠ 0, in which quadrant is point (x, y)?

A. IV
B. III
C. II
D. I
E. It cannot be determined from the information given


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form given info we know (x,5 ) 1st quadarant ; so x=+ve
and (-6,y) in III quandrant so , y ; -ve
so (x,y) ; IV quandrant
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Bunuel wrote:
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Points (x, 5) and (−6, y), not shown in the figure above, are in Quadrants I and III, respectively. If xy ≠ 0, in which quadrant is point (x, y)?

A. IV
B. III
C. II
D. I
E. It cannot be determined from the information given


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1. (x, 5) is in Quadrant I , So x must be +ve
2. (−6, y) is in Quadrant III , So y must be -ve

Thus, (x,y) = (+ve , -ve) ; So it will be in Quadrant IV, Answer must be (A) IV
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Bunuel wrote:
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Points (x, 5) and (−6, y), not shown in the figure above, are in Quadrants I and III, respectively. If xy ≠ 0, in which quadrant is point (x, y)?

A. IV
B. III
C. II
D. I
E. It cannot be determined from the information given


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Since (x, 5) is in quadrant I, x is positive.

Since (−6, y) is in quadrant III, y is negative.

Thus, (x, y) is in quadrant IV.

Answer: A
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