Answer :

(A ii), (B iii), (C i), (D→ v), (E→ vi), (F→ iv)

In a given coordinate system P(x, y).


‘x’ represents abscissa and ‘y’ represents ordinate.


A. Given Point is (7, 0)


Here, abscissa i.e. x – coordinate = 7 and ordinate i.e. y – coordinate = 0.


Thus, ordinate is zero.


B. Given Point is (11,11)


Here, abscissa i.e. x – coordinate = 11 and ordinate i.e. y – coordinate = 11.


Thus, ordinate is equal to abscissa.


C. Given Point is (4,8)


Here, abscissa i.e. x – coordinate = 4 and ordinate i.e. y – coordinate = 8.


Thus, ordinate is double the abscissa.


D. Given Point is (6,2)


Here, abscissa i.e. x – coordinate = 6 and ordinate i.e. y – coordinate = 2.


Thus, abscissa is triple the ordinate.


E. Given Point is (0,9)


Here, abscissa i.e. x – coordinate = 0 and ordinate i.e. y – coordinate = 9.


Thus, abscissa is zero.


F. Given Point is (6,3)


Here, abscissa i.e. x – coordinate = 6 and ordinate i.e. y – coordinate = 3.


Thus, abscissa is double the ordinate.


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