If jk \(\neq\) 0 and (j, k) lies in the xy-coordinate system, in which quadrant does (j, k) lie?

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If jk \(\neq\) 0 and (j, k) lies in the xy-coordinate system, in which quadrant does (j, k) lie?

1) jk < 0
2) j + k > 0

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