answer: it actually depends on which is the independent variable and which is the dependent variable. let us say we're looking at a linear equation. y=2x+3. we theoretically could switch the equation to be x=(y-3)/2 and it would be the same line. so either a causes b or it can be that b causes a. so technically the answer is false
what’s the question?
We represent the coordinate of a point in one dimension as x on the line. We represent the coordinate of a point in two dimension (plane) as (x,y). Similarly we represent the coordinate of a point which lie in the space (three dimension) as (x,y,z) .Here x is the x-coordinate of the point,
y is the y-coordinate of the point,
and z is the z-coordinate of the point. Hence (x,y,z) represent a point a point in a three dimensional Cartesian System.
B (x, y, z)
In a two-dimensional plane, a coordinate is represented as (x, y).
In a three-dimensional plane, a coordinate is represented the same as the two-dimensional plane, except we need to add the third coordinate (z).
--> (x, y, z)