And you’re still going to get to the same point. All right, let’s plot these on a graph, as they tell us to do. This is negative 5. So we go x is negative 4. And let me put some– let me mark it. That’s just the convention we use.

So that’s x equals 1, 2, 3, 4. You can use the free Mathway calculator and problem solver below to practice Algebra or other math topics. So it’s going to have to have the same y value at the same height above the x-axis. So its x-coordinate, you can see it right there. Or you could go down and to the left.

Let’s do the y-coordinate first. All right, let’s plot these on a graph, as they tell us to do. Let me do it in a color that you’ll be able to read. It’s 1, 2, 3. So that is our point D.

# lesson 6 homework answers PDF |

This is x is equal to negative 1, negative 2, negative 3, negative 4. When we looked up at this stuff over here, these points are in the fourth quadrant. Where does it intersect lessob x-axis? It is 5 to the left. And then y is negative 4.

I could write that this y equals 4. So it’s at 4 comma 2.

## Points on the coordinate plane examples

You always put the x-coordinate first. This is y is equal to negative 1, negative 2, negative 3, negative 4. Identify each polygon labeled in the tangram as precisely as possible in the space below.

So it’s going to have to be 3. And first we’re going to just look at some points that are already plotted and figure out their coordinates.

And we’ll talk a little bit about that as we plot these points. Plotting a point ordered pair. And then the x-coordinate is negative 2. So we drop down 4 right there. Sometimes someone might ask you, what quadrant is that point in?

That’s just the convention we use. You see that right there, the y-coordinate.

## Parents/Students

I’ll do it in orange. I think you’re getting the hang of this.

Let’s do the next one. We’ll figure it out first, but you always have to write it second. Draw them in the space provided. Let’s plot these points.

# Combine Shapes (solutions, examples, worksheets, lesson plans, videos)

Both x and y are positive. Now this point B here, what’s the x-coordinate? The x-coordinate is 2. E, let’s do the y-coordinate. Now let’s go the other way.

They both have an x value of 3. And the y-coordinate is negative 6.