### Some articles on *coordinate, coordinates*:

**Coordinate**Systems in Two-dimensional Spaces

... The most popular

**coordinate**systems are the Cartesian

**coordinate**system, the polar

**coordinate**system and the geographic

**coordinate**system ... Cartesian

**coordinate**system Polar

**coordinate**system Geographic

**coordinate**system ...

Construction Surveying -

... generally performed according to geodesic

**Coordinate**Systems Used in Construction... generally performed according to geodesic

**coordinates**... However for the purposes of construction a more suitable**coordinate**system will often be used ... surveying, the surveyor will often have to convert from geodesic**coordinates**to the**coordinate**system used for that project ...**Coordinate**Conditions - Other

**Coordinate**s

... Many other

**coordinate**conditions have been employed by physicists, though none as pervasively as those described above ... Almost all

**coordinate**conditions used by physicists, including the harmonic and synchronous

**coordinate**conditions, would be satisfied by a metric tensor that equals the Minkowski tensor ... However, since the Riemann and hence the Ricci tensor for Minkowski

**coordinates**is identically zero, the Einstein equations give zero energy/matter for Minkowski

**coordinates**so ...

Light Cone

... In relativity, light-cone

**Coordinate**s... In relativity, light-cone

**coordinates**is a special**coordinate**system where two of the**coordinates**, x+ and x− are null**coordinates**and all the other ... Instead of the standard**coordinate**system , with we have with, and ... Both x+ and x- can act as "time"**coordinates**...**Coordinate**Conditions

... In other words, the real world does not care about our

**coordinate**systems ... it is often useful to fix upon a particular

**coordinate**system, in order to solve actual problems or make actual predictions ... A

**coordinate**condition selects such

**coordinate**system(s) ...

### More definitions of "coordinate":

- (
*verb*): Be co-ordinated.

Example:*"These activities co-ordinate well"*

- (
*verb*): Bring (components or parts) into proper or desirable coordination correlation.

Synonyms: align, ordinate

- (
*noun*): A number that identifies a position relative to an axis.

Synonyms: co-ordinate

- (
*verb*): Bring into common action, movement, or condition.

Example:*"Coordinate the painters, masons, and plumbers"; "coordinate his actions with that of his colleagues"; "coordinate our efforts"*