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# A point is having his abscissa negative and ordinate positive lies in which quadrant.

Answer :

**Concept Used:**

There are 4 quadrants in a coordinate axis.

**Explanation:**

Now, the abscissa is negative in 2^{nd} and 3^{rd} quadrant.

**The abscissa** **is negative and ordinate is positive in only 2 ^{nd} quadrant.**

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