The Person Who Invented the Cartesian Coordinate System, the Use of the Cartesian Coordinate System, and the Alternative Name for the Cartesian Coordinate System

The Cartesian coordinate system was invented by the French philosopher Rene Decartes in the 1637. It allows for a horizontal line (x axis) and a vertical line (y axis) which can be used to map and calculate points of distance between objects moving in space and time. The Cartesian coordinate system is also known as "coordinate plane"...

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