Cartesian Coordinate

A coordinates in a coordinate system, typically one containing an x value and a y value, the coordinate being plotted on a two-dimensional plane or grid according to its position in relation to an x-axis (the horizontal) and a y-axis (the vertical). Named for the French mathematician, scientist, and philosopher René Descartes, who first proposed it.

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