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Everywhere I have seen that teachers prove the shifting of origin concept in the first quadrant but my mind gets disturbed and confused when I try to prove 4th this in any other quadrant. Problems that I have is that (x, y) is the old coordinate and after shifting origin to (h, k) the coordinate becomes (x-h, y-k) but when it is proved in any other quadrant suppose origin is shifted in third quadrant and the point whose new coordinate I have to found is in first quadrant then I get (x+h,y+k) Please take me out of this confusion
Everywhere I have seen that teachers prove the shifting of origin concept in the first quadrant but my mind gets disturbed and confused when I try to prove 4th this in any other quadrant. Problems that I have is that (x, y) is the old coordinate and after shifting origin to (h, k) the coordinate becomes (x-h, y-k) but when it is proved in any other quadrant suppose origin is shifted in third quadrant and the point whose new coordinate I have to found is in first quadrant then I get (x+h,y+k) Please take me out of this confusion

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Saurabh Koranglekar
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```							Dear studentPlease find the link belowhttps://www.askiitians.com/iit-jee-3d-geometry/rectangular-co-ordinate-system-in-space/Regards
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