# The coordinate plane is separated into four quadrants as shown. let p: x < 0 let q: y < 0 what is represented by p ∨ q? quadrant 1 because both x and y are positive coordinates quadrant 3 because both x and y are negative coordinates quadrants 1, 2, and 4 because in these quadrants x, y, or both are positive coordinates quadrants 2, 3, and 4 because in these quadrants x, y, or both are negative coordinates

2 months ago

## Solution 1

Guest #10780
2 months ago

The correct option is C which is it is the third coordinate because p and q both are negative.

### Explanation:

If we look at the four quadrants of coordinate plane:

• Quadrant 1: If x and y both are positive.
• Quadrant 2: If x is negative and y is positive.
• Quadrant 3: If both x and y are negative.
• Quadrant 4: If x is positive and y is negative.

So according to given data, x is less than 0 means xis negative. y is also negative because y is less than 0.

So both x and y are negative and it is in quadrant 3.

## Solution 2

Guest #10781
2 months ago

Quadrant II, because the slope is positive and the y intercept is negative

Explanation:

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