C Program to Find Quadrant of a given Co-Ordinate1 min read

Questions:
Write a C program to accept a coordinate point in an XY coordinate system and determine in which quadrant the coordinate point lies.

A Cartesian coordinate system specifies each point uniquely in a plane by a pair of numerical coordinates.
There are 4 quadrants in a cartesian coordinate system.

  • 1st Quadrant, both (x,y) co-ordinates are (+,+).
  • 2nd Quadrant, both (x,y) co-ordinates are (-,+).
  • 3rd Quadrant, both (x,y) co-ordinates are (-,-).
  • 4th Quadrant, both (x,y) co-ordinates are (+,-).

If x, y values are 0,0 then it lies in a center that is the origin. And the following program displays them accordingly depending on the coordinates.


Program to Find the Quadrant in which the given co ordinates lies in C.

Source Code:

Output:

Enter the Coordinates(x,y): -3 4
The coordinate (-3,4) lies in the Fourth quadrant(-,+)


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