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quadrant

1 of 4 sections on the Cartesian graph. Quadrant I: (x, y), Quadrant II (-x, y), Quadrant III, (-x, -y), Quadrant IV (x, -y)Quadrant I

The first quadrant on a cartesian graph, located in the upper-right hand side. All points are in the form (x, y).Quadrant II

The second quadrant on a cartesian graph, located in the upper-left hand side. All points are in the form (-x, y).Quadrant III

The third quadrant on a cartesian graph, located in the lower-left hand side. All points are in the form (-x, -y).Quadrant IV

The fourth quadrant on a cartesian graph, located in the lower-right hand side. All points are in the form (x, -y).quadratic

Polynomials with a maximum term degree as the second degreequadratic equation

Equation with a polynomial with a maximum term degree as the second degreequadratic inequality

Inequality with a polynomial with a maximum term degree as the second degreequadrilateral

Polygon with 4 edges/sides and 4 corners/verticesquadruple

Multiply by 4quantity

amount of somethingquart

Unit of liquid volumequarter

A currency unit worth 25 centsquartic equations

4th degree polynomial equationsquartile

1 of 4 equal groups in the distribution of a number setquery

A question, often associated with a data set from a databaseQuintile

The bottom 20% or the upper 80% of a number setquintuple

Multiply by 5quotient

The result of dividing two expressions.quotient-remainder theorem

When we divide A by B, Q is the quotient, R is the remainder