# College Mathematics for the Managerial, Life, and Social by Soo T. Tan By Soo T. Tan

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Y, x). This is illustrated by the points A and E in y 4 B(–2, 3) A(2, 3) E(3, 2) 2 F(4, 0) –3 1 –1 3 x 5 –2 C(–2, –3) D(2, – 3) –4 G(0, – 5) FIGURE 4 Several points in the coordinate plane –6 The axes divide the plane into four quadrants. Quadrant I consists of the points P with coordinates x and y, denoted by P(x, y), satisfying x Ͼ 0 and y Ͼ 0; Quadrant II, the points P(x, y) where x Ͻ 0 and y Ͼ 0; Quadrant III, the points P(x, y) where x Ͻ 0 and y Ͻ 0; and Quadrant IV, the points P(x, y) where x Ͼ 0 and y Ͻ 0 (Figure 5).

Quadrant I consists of the points P with coordinates x and y, denoted by P(x, y), satisfying x Ͼ 0 and y Ͼ 0; Quadrant II, the points P(x, y) where x Ͻ 0 and y Ͼ 0; Quadrant III, the points P(x, y) where x Ͻ 0 and y Ͻ 0; and Quadrant IV, the points P(x, y) where x Ͼ 0 and y Ͻ 0 (Figure 5). y Quadrant II (–, +) Quadrant I (+, +) x O FIGURE 5 The four quadrants in the coordinate plane Quadrant III (–, –) Quadrant IV (+, –) 1 STRAIGHT LINES AND LINEAR FUNCTIONS 4 y The Distance Formula One immediate benefit that arises from using the Cartesian coordinate system is that the distance between any two points in the plane may be expressed solely in terms of the coordinates of the points.

The slope of the line is undefined. 23. The slope of the line is positive, and its y-intercept is positive. 4 24. The slope of the line is positive, and its y-intercept is negative. 25. The slope of the line is negative, and its x-intercept is negative. 26. The slope of the line is negative, and its x-intercept is positive. y a. x 4 y f. 3 4 x –3 3 x –4 In Exercises 27–30, find an equation of the line that passes through the point and has the indicated slope m. y b. 4 27. (3, Ϫ4); m ϭ 2 29. (Ϫ3, 2); m ϭ 0 x 4 28.