The first option: O(0,0) , S(0,a) , T(a,a) , W(a,0)
Point O : is the intersection between x-axis and y-axis ⇒ (0,0)
Point W : is falling over the x-axis, OW = length of the square = a ⇒ (a,0)
Point S : is falling over the y-axis, OS = length of the square = a ⇒ (0,a)
Point T : WT = a and SW = a ⇒ (a,a)
Option 2. is the right answer.
In the given question we have to find the coordinates of O, W, Y, S.
Length of OW = YS = b and length of YW = OS = h
For Point O
Since point O is the origin then it's coordinates will be (0, 0).
For point W
Length of OW = b at x axis and length on y axis is 0. Then the coordinates will be (b, 0)
For point Y
Length of WY on y axis = h and length of SY on x axis = OW = b
Therefore coordinates of Y will be (b, h).
For point S
Length of OS on y axis = h and x axis is 0.Therefore the coordinates will be (0, h)
Therefore Option 2 is the right answer.
B 0(0,0), W (0,b), T (b,h), S (0,h)