### Home > CC1 > Chapter 3 > Lesson 3.2.3 > Problem 3-122

**four-quadrant graph**.** **The quadrants are numbered I, II, III, and IV in a counter-clockwise manner as shown. Homework Help ✎

The coordinates (the

*x*- and*y*- values) for point*A*are (–4, 3). Explain how these numbers tell you the position of point*A*using the graph.Remember that the

*x*-axis is the horizontal axis, and the*y*-axis is the vertical axis. The*x*- and*y*-coordinates correspond to locations on these axes.Name the coordinates (

*x*,*y*) for points*B*and*C*.Point

*B*is (−3, −3) since it is 3 units left of the origin and 3 units below it. Use this to help name point*C*.If Deepak moved from point

*A*8 units to the right and 10 units down, at what point on the graph would he end up? Which quadrant is the new point in?

Label the new point

*A*′.This new point is in the fourth quadrant (labelled IV), since the

*x*-coordinate is positive and the*y*-coordinate is negative.