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A review of the coordinate plane, quadrants, plotting and naming points.

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Let’s review some vocabulary!
 
Coordinate plane – the plane containing the x-axis and the y-axis
 
x-axis - the horizontal number line found on the coordinate plane
 
y-axis – the vertical number line found on the coordinate plane
 
quadrant - one of four sections into which the coordinate plane is divided
 
origin - the point where the x-axis and y-axis meet. (0,0)
 
coordinates - a pair of numbers used to show the exact position of a point on a
graph
 
quadrant I - the quadrant where all the x-coordinates and y-coordinates are
positive. (+, +)
 
quadrant II - the quadrant where all the x-coordinates and y-coordinates are
positive. (-, +)
 
quadrant III - the quadrant where all the x-coordinates and y-coordinates are
positive. (-, -)
 
quadrant IV - the quadrant where all the x-coordinates and y-coordinates are
positive. (+, -)
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

Now, let's see if you

 

 

know the vocabulary!

 

 

Click any where

 

 

on this page for a

 

 

Quizlet Flashcards activity!

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Click Here to "feed" Billy the bug!

 

Now, let's have a little fun

 

plotting points with

 

 

Billy the bug!

Right 3
Up 5
(3, 5)
A
B
C
D
E
F
You name the coordinates of the remaining points. Check
your answers on the next page! Remember to always
start at the origin. Moving right or up is positive and
moving left or down is negative.
A ~ (0, 4)
B ~ (-2, 3)
C ~ (-3, 0)
D ~ (-1, -2)
E ~ (4, -1)
F ~ (6, -2)