an x,y location in a Cartesian coordinate system or an x,y,z location in a three dimensional matrix. Coordinates represent locations in relation to other locations.

An x,y location in a Cartesian coordinate system or an x,y,z coordinate in a three dimensional system. Coordinates represent locations on the Earth's surface relative to other locations.

A point that can be referenced by its position on the x-,y-, or z-axes of a plotter or router. The use of line or arc segments to connect coordinates creates paths for knives orbits to follow when cutting or routing an image.

(3) A number used to locate a point on a number line, or either of two numbers used to locate points on a coordinate grid.

On a number line, the number paired with a point. In the coordinate plane, the numbers which are paired with a point. Point (2,4) has x-coordinate 2 and y-coordinate 4.

( mathematics) Any of a set of two or more numbers used to determine the position of a point, line, curve, or plane in a space of a given dimension with respect to a system of lines or other fixed reference.

A set of values that represent position in a Cartesian coordinate system. Example: X2 Y1 Z-2

A number in an ordered pair that names the location of a point on the coordinate plane. The first number in the ordered pair is called the abscissa and the second number is the ordinate.

The ordered pair that states the location on a coordinate plane. Used to describe location and or position.

Coordinates are used to represent location on the earth's surface relative to other locations in either 2 (x,y) or 3 (x,y,z) dimensions.

A number used to locate a point on a number line, or either of two numbers used to locate a point on a coordinate grid. See also ordered number pair.

a number that identifies a position relative to an axis

a real number in floating point format

North/south, west/east and altitude values that determine the location in a world. 1 AW coordinate = 10 meters

The position of a point in space with respect to a cartesian coordinate system (x, y, and/or z values). In GIS, a coordinate often represents locations on the earth's surface relative to other locations.

A set of numeric quantities that designate position in a given reference system.

A set of numbers which give the location of a certain point or object.

A point that can be referenced by its position on the X, Y, or Z axes of an engraver or router. The use of line or arc segments to connect coordinates creates tool paths that form the lines of an image.

Any of a set of numbers used to specify a point on a line, or an intersection of 2 lines.

Any of a set of numbers used to specify a point on a line or in a plot

The number associated with a particular point on a number line.

A set of numbers that designate location in a given reference system, such as x,y in a planar coordinate system or an x,y,z in a three-dimensional coordinate system. Coordinates represent locations on the Earth's surface relative to other locations.

Describes a number or topic at a level equal to another number or topic in the same hierarchy.

a set of numbers that determines the location of a point in space

A set of values uniquely defining a point in an -dimensional coordinate system.

A pair of numbers that gives the location of a particular place on the Earth's surface in relation to a coordinate system, such as latitude and longitude or UTM. Coordinate system: A pattern or network of crossing lines by which a position may be determined.

A location, or point in space, which may be addressed using arbitrary units.

A value (X,Y, or Z) measured along an axis of a coordinate system.

one of a set of numbers used to identify the location of a point on a graph

A single point on a grid having vertical (Y) and horizontal (X) values.

A set of numbers that describes your location on or above the earth.

system - a specific instance of a Cartesian grid. In CAD systems a default Cartesian grid is assumed, and models are normally constructed within that grid system. However, an alternate Cartesian grid -- an alternate coordinate system, which may have a different 0,0,0 point and/or a different orientation -- can be established with ease and used along with the default coordinate system. For instance, the oblique face of a structure can provide the x-y plane for an alternate coordinate system so that simple dimensions on that plane -- treating that plane as a simple x-y grid -- can be entered. There are many reasons for employing alternate coordinate system when making a CAD model; so it is both an important concept and an important feature of CAD systems.