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QUESTION: Dear David

As per the attached image, Will you consider this Coordinate Geometry

Variation as correct or incorrect ?.

The Four Quadrants Positions are changed along with the positive and negative numbers on the x and y axis.

Awaiting your reply,

Thanks & Regards,

Prashant S Akerkar

ANSWER: Looks perfectly correct to me.

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QUESTION: Dear David

Thanks.

The equations, curves plotted

Using these coordinate geometry

Variation would be interesting ?.

Thanks & Regards,

Prashant s Akerkar

No I don't see why they would be interesting,if you drew a picture on a piece of paper they things plotted using this geometry would look like they would if you held it up to a mirror, or looked at it from behind, or rotating it. Not essentially different in anyway, just an arbitrary choice of which direction to call "positive."

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