List Quadrant image, details, and angles for

1 of the 4 quarters on the
Cartesian graph.

##### Show (x, y) Quadrant Ⅲ details

x-coordinate is negative
Since it lies to the left of the x-axis.

y-coordinate is negative
Since it is lies below the y-axis.

(x, y) = ( - , - )

##### Describe angle range in Quadrant Ⅲ

Degrees: 180° ≤ θ ≤ 270°

Radians: &pi ≤ θ ≤ 3π/2

##### Show sin(θ) and cos(θ) range

sin(θ) is negative

cos(θ) is negative

tan(θ) is positive

csc(θ) is negative

sec(θ) is negative

cot(θ) is positive

x-coordinate is negative
Since it lies to the left of the x-axis.
y-coordinate is negative
Since it is lies below the y-axis.
(x, y) = ( - , - )
sin(θ) is negative
cos(θ) is negative
tan(θ) is positive
csc(θ) is negative
sec(θ) is negative
cot(θ) is positive

x-coordinate is negative
Since it lies to the left of the x-axis.
y-coordinate is negative
Since it is lies below the y-axis.
(x, y) = ( - , - )
sin(θ) is negative
cos(θ) is negative
tan(θ) is positive
csc(θ) is negative
sec(θ) is negative
cot(θ) is positive
##### How does the Quadrant Calculator work?
This calculator has 1 input.

### What 4 formulas are used for the Quadrant Calculator?

Quadrant 1: (x, y) = (+ , +)
Quadrant 2: (x, y) = (- , +)
Quadrant 3: (x, y) = (- , -)
Quadrant 4: (x, y) = (+ , -)

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### What 2 concepts are covered in the Quadrant Calculator?

coordinates
A set of values that show an exact position