Answer :

X and y coordinates of a point are its distance from the origin along or parallel to the horizontal x-axis and y-axis. To measure the x and y coordinates, you must move either to the left of the origin or to its right. In case of a point on the z-axis, you do not move to the right or to the left of the origin. Hence x and y coordinates are 0 for a point on the z-axis.


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