Q. 33.6( 21 Votes )

# If abscissa and ordinate of origin are given by (x, y). Find the value of (x + y).

Answer :

Concept Used: The abscissa and ordinate of origin are 0. So, coordinates of origin are (0, 0)

Explanation:

x = 0 and y = 0

(x + y) = (0 + 0) = 0

Hence, (x + y) equals to 0.

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