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    hello sir,
    my problem is that coordinates (x,y).
    the only difference being that the “Y” axis is positive below the “X” axis.but the mathematically is wrong.we don’t apply “y” axis in mathematically say “y” axis is positive up side and ” y” axis is negative is down side.
    but the “x”axis fine work in both css and maths (“x”,”y”) coordinates.


    The co-ordinate systems are different from ‘normal’ graphing/math functions that’s all.

    Nothing says they have to be the same.

    For CSS shadows (and SVG for that matter) the 0,0 point is top left instead of bottom left.

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