# New PDF release: Angles and Triangles (Zambak)

By Cihan Mert, Mehmet Özüm

ISBN-10: 9752669131

ISBN-13: 9789752669130

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The horizontal axis is the x-axis, and the vertical axis is the y-axis. Along each axis are points, and the two axes cross each other at point (0,0), called the origin. As a bonus, you get four quadrants, named I, II, III, and IV. You can describe any position on the plane by naming coordinates. In Figure 2-1, the point shown is at coordinate (5,4). Its location is 5 to the right of the origin and 4 up from the origin. The pair of numbers describing a point’s position on the plane is called an ordered pair.

Figure 2-1 shows the Cartesian coordinate system. Illustration by Wiley, Composition Services Graphics Figure 2-1: The Cartesian coordinate system. The system has two axes (plural for axis). The horizontal axis is the x-axis, and the vertical axis is the y-axis. Along each axis are points, and the two axes cross each other at point (0,0), called the origin. As a bonus, you get four quadrants, named I, II, III, and IV. You can describe any position on the plane by naming coordinates. In Figure 2-1, the point shown is at coordinate (5,4).

It means 75/100. Reducing fractions Here’s fair warning: Doing fraction math often produces “clumsy” fractions. By clumsy, I mean unwieldy proper fractions (48/60, for example) and bad-looking improper fractions (37/16, for example). They are handy during the calculations but are very inconvenient as final answers. You turn a clumsy fraction into something lovely to behold by reducing it. 14 Part I: Boning Up on Math Basics Reducing proper fractions You reduce proper fractions by finding a number that the numerator and denominator share and then separating it out.

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