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A Power Point presentation re: the Coordinate Plane (Algebra)

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  • The Coordinate Plane By: Matthew Burt IMPACT Cohort 22
  • Definition
    • The plane formed when 2 perpendicular number lines intersect at their zero points
    Coordinate Plane
  • Coordinate Plane
    • The perpendicular number lines form a grid on the plane
  •  
  • X-axis
    • The horizontal number line
    • Positive to the right
    • Negative to the left
  • Y-axis
    • The vertical
    • number line
    • Positive upward
    • Negative downward
  • Origin
    • Where the x and y axes intersect at their zero points
  •  
  • Quadrants
    • The x and y axes divide the coordinate plane into 4 parts called quadrants
  • I II III IV
  • Ordered Pair
    • A pair of numbers (x , y) assigned to a point on the coordinate plane
  • Ordered Pair
    • (x , y)
    X-coordinate Y-coordinate
  • Plotting a Point
    • Step 1:
    • Begin at the Origin
  • Plotting a Point
    • Step 2:
    • Locate x on the x-axis
  • Plotting a Point
    • Step 3:
    • Move up or down to the value of y
  • Plotting a Point
    • Step 4:
    • Draw a dot and label the point
  • In Your Own Words
    • What is a coordinate plane?
    • Define origin
    • How do you plot a point?