A quadrant is a geometric figure that divides a circle or sphere into four equal parts. It can be thought of as the intersection of two circles, one inside the other. The word “quadrant” comes from the Latin quattuor (meaning “four”) and later became part of the English language.

In math, there are four quadrants. Quadrant 1 is the top left and goes clockwise to quadrant 4 which is in the bottom right corner. The two numbers that make up a quadrant are the first number in the top row and the first number in the bottom row.

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The “what is quadrant of a circle” is the question that I am asked most often. It’s a hard question to answer in an article because it depends on how you define what a quadrant is.

## External References-

https://www.khanacademy.org/math/cc-sixth-grade-math/cc-6th-negative-number-topic/cc-6th-coordinate-plane/a/coordinate-plane-parts-review

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quadrant_(plane_geometry)