I posted already in the Math Thread and wasn't really helped, and I really need this answer tonight/early morning.

If a coordinate pair contains a zero, which quadrant is it in? For
example, is the point (0,2) in the 1st or 2nd quadrant?

She said that there was a specific name for this location.

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An intercept?
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It's not in a quadrant, I think you'd just say which axis it's on.
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it's an intercept, as someone above said. it's not in a quadrant!
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intercept!
its an intercept. it doesn't belong in either quadrant because it sits directly between the 2.
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the coodinate pair (0,2) is ON the Y-AXIS. It isn't in a quadrant.
intercept...i remember this stuff at school, one of the easier things
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It's in the third quadrant really.

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It's in the third quadrant really.

Don't listen to all the rubbish talk about intercepts... You'll look like a fool at school if you believe them...

Actually it's an intercept.
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The Coordinant would be The Y-int. It's not technically in a quadrant. The line created would have to have a slope, And whatever quadrant in ends up in, is whatever. Or you may just end up with an on-gong line that passes though all of them eventually, or none of them ( making whatever your equation is " undefined " Ex: Y=1/0X+5 ) But to answer the question, the quadrant is undefined or stated as a Y intercept . The line depends on what equation you use to find the line if it is linear ( standard form, slope-intercept form. Function of X)