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## Latest revision as of 15:53, 28 February 2019

**INQUADRANT (X,Y)**

- and are any real values.

## Description

- This function shows the value of the quadrant for the given values.
- In , and are any values.
- Generally there are Four quadrants.Quadrants are defined by the axes of a two dimensional Cartesian system divide the plane into four infinite regions and each bounded by two half-axes.
- These are often numbered from 1st to 4th and denoted by Roman numerals: I (where the signs of the (x,y) coordinates are)(+,+), II (−,+), III (−,−), and IV (+,−).
- When the axes are drawn according to the mathematical custom, the numbering goes counter-clockwise starting from the upper right quadrant.
- So here and values are
**+**then that values will lie in first Quadrant. - When value is
**-**and value is**+**then that values lie in Second Quadrant. - When and values are
**-**then that values lie in Third Quadrant. - When value is "+" and value is
**-**then that value is lie in Fourth Quadrant.

## Examples

- INQUADRANT(19,14) = 1
- INQUADRANT(19,-14) = 4
- INQUADRANT(-19,-14) = 3
- INQUADRANT(-19,14) =2

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