Cartesian coordinate system

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a coordinate system for which the coordinates of a point are its distances from a set perpendicular lines that intersect at the origin of the system

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Finally, a section taken at H = 0 through surface A will reveal the original octavic equation as it would appear in the Cartesian x-y plane.
n] - 1 presented in the Cartesian x-y plane, and its roots, which are invariably presented in the complex Argand plane.
For example, the path from point A to point B on the periphery of the cylinder combines a circular movement in the X-Y plane with linear movement along the Z axis.
Equations 2 and 4 form a circle if the IF signals from mixers 1 and 2 are expressed simultaneously on the X-Y plane where [Gamma] and [Theta] are
A plot in the Cartesian x-y plane reveals a parabolic curve with its vertex located at