# Plot the following points on a cartesian plane . a(3,4) b ( 5. -1) c ( -3. 0 ) d ( 4, -2)

a cartesian plane is a two-dimensional coordinate plane, which is formed by the intersection of two lines called the x-axis and y-axis. In cartesian coordinates, the term abscissa represents the x-coordinate value and the term ordinate represents the y-coordinate value.

The ordered pair in the cartesian plane is called the cartesian coordinates. The cartesian coordinates are of the form (x, y). The ordered pairs in the two-dimensional plane are referred to as the abscissa and ordinate.

Abscissa: The first number in the ordered pair is called the abscissa. In other words, the value of x in the ordered pair is called the abscissa. It is the distance of any point on the plane from the y-axis.

Ordinate: The second number in the ordered pair is called the ordinate. It takes the value of y. The ordinate is the distance of any point on the plane from the x-axis.

### Solution

Given points are A(3,4),B(−3,1),C(1,−2),D(−2,−3),E(0,5),F(5,0),G(0,−3),H(−3,0).
The points are plotted in the graph below.