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  • 1. Turning Graphical Results by QuestionSession Name: coordinate plane session 1Created: 8/3/2011 12:53 PM1.) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… (multiplechoice) Responses 20% 20%Triangles 3 20% 13.3%Number lines 7 46.67% 46.7%Rectangles 2 13.33%Line segments 3 20%Totals 15 100% Triangles Number lines Rectangles Line segments2.) The horizontal line represents the y-axis. (multiplechoice) Responses 40%True 6 40% 60%False 9 60%Totals 15 100% True False Page 1 of 117
  • 2. 3.) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the 20%position along the x-axis? (multiple choice) Responses 40%-4 6 40% 40%Neither 6 40%2 3 20%Totals 15 100% -4 Neither 24.) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. (multiplechoice) ResponsesTrue 5 33.33% 66.7%False 10 66.67%Totals 15 100% True False5.) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)?(multiple choice) Responses 40%Picture Choice 1 5 33.33% 26.7% Page 2 of 117
  • 3. Picture Choice 2 4 26.67% 26.7%Picture Choice 3 6 40%Totals 15 100% Picture Choice 1 Picture Choice 2 Picture Choice 3 20%6.) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? (multiple choice) Responses 6.7% 53.3%Move right 1 unit and up 3 units 8 53.33%Move right 3 units and up 1 unit 3 20% 20%Move left 1 unit and up 3 units 1 6.67%Move left 1 unit and down 3 units 3 20% Move right 1 unit and up 3 unitsTotals 15 100% Move right 3 units and up 1 unit Move left 1 unit and up 3 units Move left 1 unit and down 3 units7.) What is the first step in plotting a point? (priority 33.3% 33.3%ranking) ResponsesMove your finger to the position on the x-axi... 50 33.33%Put your finger on the origin 20 13.33% 20% 13.3%Place a dot at your finger 30 20%Move your finger to the position on the y-axi... 50 33.33% Move your finger to the position on the xTotals 150 100% Put your finger on the origin Place a dot at your finger Page 3 of 117
  • 4. Place a dot at your finger Move your finger to the position on the y8.) Where is the origin located? (multiple choice) Responses 20%(-1, 1) 6 40% 40%(1, 1) 4 26.67% 13.3%(0, 0) 2 13.33% 26.7%(-1, -1) 3 20%Totals 15 100% (-1, 1) (1, 1) (0, 0) (-1, -1)9.) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x).(multiple choice) Responses 40%Yes 9 60% 60%No 6 40%Totals 15 100% Yes No Page 4 of 117
  • 5. 10.) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? (multiple choice) Responses 40% 40%I 6 40%IV 2 13.33% 13.3%III 1 6.67%II 6 40%Totals 15 100% 6.7% I IV III II Page 5 of 117
  • 6. 20% Line segments Page 6 of 117
  • 7. 2 33.3% 33.3% Page 7 of 117
  • 8. Picture Choice 3 53.3%nd up 3 unitsand up 1 unitd down 3 units 33.3% 13.3%osition on the x-axi... Page 8 of 117
  • 9. osition on the y-axi... 1, -1) 60% Page 9 of 117
  • 10. Page 10 of 117
  • 11. Turning Results by QuestionSession Name: coordinate plane session 1Created: 8/3/2011 12:53 PM1.) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… (multiple choice) Responses (percent) (count)Triangles 20% 3Number lines 46.67% 7Rectangles 13.33% 2Line segments 20% 3 Totals 100% 152.) The horizontal line represents the y-axis. (multiple choice) Responses (percent) (count)True 40% 6False 60% 9 Totals 100% 153.) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position along the x-axis? (multiple choice) Responses (percent) (count)-4 40% 6Neither 40% 62 20% 3 Totals 100% 154.) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. (multiple choice) Responses (percent) (count)True 33.33% 5False 66.67% 10 Totals 100% 155.) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? (multiple choice) Responses (percent) (count)Picture Choice 1 33.33% 5Picture Choice 2 26.67% 4Picture Choice 3 40% 6 Totals 100% 156.) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? (multiple choice) Responses (percent) (count)Move right 1 unit and up 3 units 53.33% 8Move right 3 units and up 1 unit 20% 3 Page 11 of 117
  • 12. Move left 1 unit and up 3 units 6.67% 1Move left 1 unit and down 3 units 20% 3 Totals 100% 157.) What is the first step in plotting a point? (priority ranking) Responses (percent) (count)Move your finger to the position on the x-axis 33.33% 50Put your finger on the origin 13.33% 20Place a dot at your finger 20% 30Move your finger to the position on the y-axis 33.33% 50 Totals 100% 1508.) Where is the origin located? (multiple choice) Responses (percent) (count)(-1, 1) 40% 6(1, 1) 26.67% 4(0, 0) 13.33% 2(-1, -1) 20% 3 Totals 100% 159.) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). (multiple choice) Responses (percent) (count)Yes 60% 9No 40% 6 Totals 100% 1510.) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? (multiple choice) Responses (percent) (count)I 40% 6IV 13.33% 2III 6.67% 1II 40% 6 Totals 100% 15 Page 12 of 117
  • 13. Turning Results by ParticipantSession Name: coordinate plane session 1Created: 8/3/2011 12:53 PM Jessie Christopher Responses1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… 2c Number lines2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis. 2c False3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position alongthe x-axis? 14) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. 1c True5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? 2i Picture Choice 36) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? 2i Move right 1 unit and up 3 units7) What is the first step in plotting a point? 1i Put your finger on the origin8) Where is the origin located? 1i (0, 0)9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). 1i No10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? 1i II 33.33%
  • 14. Kelly Stoeckle Responses1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… 4i Number lines2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis. 1i False3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position alongthe x-axis? 34) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. 1c True5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? 2i Picture Choice 36) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? 4i Move right 1 unit and up 3 units7) What is the first step in plotting a point? 1i Put your finger on the origin8) Where is the origin located? 2i (0, 0)9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). 1i No10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? 4c II 22.22%
  • 15. Megan Seeman Responses1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… 2c Number lines2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis. 2c False3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position alongthe x-axis? 24) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. 2i True5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? 3c Picture Choice 36) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? 1c Move right 1 unit and up 3 units7) What is the first step in plotting a point? 3i Put your finger on the origin8) Where is the origin located? 3c (0, 0)9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). 1i No10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? 4c II 66.67%
  • 16. Jess Garner Responses1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… 2c Number lines2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis. 1i False3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position alongthe x-axis? 24) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. 2i True5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? 3c Picture Choice 36) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? 1c Move right 1 unit and up 3 units7) What is the first step in plotting a point? 2c Put your finger on the origin8) Where is the origin located? 2i (0, 0)9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). 1i No10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? 4c II 55.56%
  • 17. Blair Lusby Responses1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… 3i Number lines2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis. 2c False3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position alongthe x-axis? 24) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. 2i True5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? 1i Picture Choice 36) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? 4i Move right 1 unit and up 3 units7) What is the first step in plotting a point? 1i Put your finger on the origin8) Where is the origin located? 4i (0, 0)9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). 2c No10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? 4c II 33.33%
  • 18. Sarah Shipley Responses1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… 1i Number lines2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis. 2c False3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position alongthe x-axis? 34) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. 2i True5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? 1i Picture Choice 36) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? 2i Move right 1 unit and up 3 units7) What is the first step in plotting a point? 3i Put your finger on the origin8) Where is the origin located? 2i (0, 0)9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). 1i No10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? 1i II 11.11%
  • 19. Carla Bacon Responses1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… 2c Number lines2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis. 2c False3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position alongthe x-axis? 14) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. 2i True5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? 1i Picture Choice 36) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? 1c Move right 1 unit and up 3 units7) What is the first step in plotting a point? 1i Put your finger on the origin8) Where is the origin located? 2i (0, 0)9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). 1i No10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? 4c II 44.44%
  • 20. Stef Wells Responses1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… 1i Number lines2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis. 2c False3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position alongthe x-axis? 14) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. 2i True5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? 3c Picture Choice 36) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? 1c Move right 1 unit and up 3 units7) What is the first step in plotting a point? 4i Put your finger on the origin8) Where is the origin located? 3c (0, 0)9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). 2c No10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? 3i II 55.56%
  • 21. Greg Robison Responses1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… 1i Number lines2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis. 2c False3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position alongthe x-axis? 24) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. 2i True5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? 2i Picture Choice 36) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? 3i Move right 1 unit and up 3 units7) What is the first step in plotting a point? 2c Put your finger on the origin8) Where is the origin located? 1i (0, 0)9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). 2c No10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? 1i II 33.33%
  • 22. Ken Benjes Responses1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… 2c Number lines2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis. 1i False3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position alongthe x-axis? 14) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. 1c True5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? 2i Picture Choice 36) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? 1c Move right 1 unit and up 3 units7) What is the first step in plotting a point? 4i Put your finger on the origin8) Where is the origin located? 1i (0, 0)9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). 2c No10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? 1i II 44.44%
  • 23. Jules Plant Responses1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… 3i Number lines2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis. 1i False3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position alongthe x-axis? 24) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. 1c True5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? 1i Picture Choice 36) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? 2i Move right 1 unit and up 3 units7) What is the first step in plotting a point? 4i Put your finger on the origin8) Where is the origin located? 1i (0, 0)9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). 2c No10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? 1i II 22.22%
  • 24. Heather DeLauder Responses1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… 2c Number lines2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis. 2c False3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position alongthe x-axis? 14) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. 1c True5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? 3c Picture Choice 36) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? 1c Move right 1 unit and up 3 units7) What is the first step in plotting a point? 3i Put your finger on the origin8) Where is the origin located? 4i (0, 0)9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). 1i No10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? 1i II 55.56%
  • 25. Jess Morgan Responses1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… 2c Number lines2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis. 1i False3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position alongthe x-axis? 14) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. 2i True5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? 1i Picture Choice 36) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? 1c Move right 1 unit and up 3 units7) What is the first step in plotting a point? 1i Put your finger on the origin8) Where is the origin located? 4i (0, 0)9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). 1i No10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? 4c II 33.33%
  • 26. Lindsey Hunter Responses1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… 4i Number lines2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis. 1i False3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position alongthe x-axis? 24) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. 2i True5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? 3c Picture Choice 36) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? 4i Move right 1 unit and up 3 units7) What is the first step in plotting a point? 4i Put your finger on the origin8) Where is the origin located? 1i (0, 0)9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). 2c No10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? 2i II 22.22%
  • 27. Amanda Williams Responses1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… 4i Number lines2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis. 2c False3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position alongthe x-axis? 34) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. 2i True5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? 3c Picture Choice 36) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? 1c Move right 1 unit and up 3 units7) What is the first step in plotting a point? 4i Put your finger on the origin8) Where is the origin located? 1i (0, 0)9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). 1i No10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? 2i II 33.33%
  • 28. Turning Results by Participant (Answer Detail)Session Name: coordinate plane session 1Created: 8/3/2011 12:53 PM Jessie Christopher Responses1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… 2c2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis. 2c3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position along 1the x-axis?4) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. 1c5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? 2i6) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? 2i7) What is the first step in plotting a point? 1i8) Where is the origin located? 1i9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). 1i10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? 1i
  • 29. Kelly Stoeckle Responses1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… 4i2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis. 1i3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position along 3the x-axis?4) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. 1c5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? 2i6) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? 4i7) What is the first step in plotting a point? 1i8) Where is the origin located? 2i9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). 1i10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? 4c
  • 30. Megan Seeman Responses1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… 2c2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis. 2c3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position along 2the x-axis?4) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. 2i5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? 3c6) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? 1c7) What is the first step in plotting a point? 3i8) Where is the origin located? 3c9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). 1i10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? 4c
  • 31. Jess Garner Responses1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… 2c2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis. 1i3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position along 2the x-axis?4) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. 2i5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? 3c6) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? 1c7) What is the first step in plotting a point? 2c8) Where is the origin located? 2i9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). 1i10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? 4c
  • 32. Blair Lusby Responses1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… 3i2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis. 2c3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position along 2the x-axis?4) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. 2i5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? 1i6) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? 4i7) What is the first step in plotting a point? 1i8) Where is the origin located? 4i9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). 2c10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? 4c
  • 33. Sarah Shipley Responses1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… 1i2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis. 2c3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position along 3the x-axis?4) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. 2i5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? 1i6) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? 2i7) What is the first step in plotting a point? 3i8) Where is the origin located? 2i9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). 1i10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? 1i
  • 34. Carla Bacon Responses1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… 2c2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis. 2c3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position along 1the x-axis?4) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. 2i5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? 1i6) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? 1c7) What is the first step in plotting a point? 1i8) Where is the origin located? 2i9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). 1i10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? 4c
  • 35. Stef Wells Responses1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… 1i2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis. 2c3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position along 1the x-axis?4) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. 2i5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? 3c6) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? 1c7) What is the first step in plotting a point? 4i8) Where is the origin located? 3c9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). 2c10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? 3i
  • 36. Greg Robison Responses1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… 1i2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis. 2c3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position along 2the x-axis?4) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. 2i5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? 2i6) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? 3i7) What is the first step in plotting a point? 2c8) Where is the origin located? 1i9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). 2c10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? 1i
  • 37. Ken Benjes Responses1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… 2c2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis. 1i3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position along 1the x-axis?4) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. 1c5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? 2i6) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? 1c7) What is the first step in plotting a point? 4i8) Where is the origin located? 1i9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). 2c10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? 1i
  • 38. Jules Plant Responses1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… 3i2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis. 1i3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position along 2the x-axis?4) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. 1c5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? 1i6) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? 2i7) What is the first step in plotting a point? 4i8) Where is the origin located? 1i9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). 2c10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? 1i
  • 39. Heather DeLauder Responses1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… 2c2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis. 2c3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position along 1the x-axis?4) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. 1c5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? 3c6) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? 1c7) What is the first step in plotting a point? 3i8) Where is the origin located? 4i9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). 1i10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? 1i
  • 40. Jess Morgan Responses1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… 2c2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis. 1i3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position along 1the x-axis?4) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. 2i5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? 1i6) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? 1c7) What is the first step in plotting a point? 1i8) Where is the origin located? 4i9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). 1i10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? 4c
  • 41. Lindsey Hunter Responses1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… 4i2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis. 1i3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position along 2the x-axis?4) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. 2i5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? 3c6) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? 4i7) What is the first step in plotting a point? 4i8) Where is the origin located? 1i9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). 2c10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? 2i
  • 42. Amanda Williams Responses1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… 4i2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis. 2c3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position along 3the x-axis?4) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. 2i5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? 3c6) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? 1c7) What is the first step in plotting a point? 4i8) Where is the origin located? 1i9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). 1i10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? 2i
  • 43. Answers1) Triangles 2) Number lines1) True 2) False1) -4 2) Neither1) True 2) False1) Picture Choice 1 2) Picture Choice 21) Move right 1 unit and up 3 units 2) Move right 3 units and up 1 unit1) Move your finger to the position on 2) Put your finger on the originthe x-axis1) (-1, 1) 2) (1, 1)1) Yes 2) No1) I 2) IV
  • 44. Answers1) Triangles 2) Number lines1) True 2) False1) -4 2) Neither1) True 2) False1) Picture Choice 1 2) Picture Choice 21) Move right 1 unit and up 3 units 2) Move right 3 units and up 1 unit1) Move your finger to the position on 2) Put your finger on the originthe x-axis1) (-1, 1) 2) (1, 1)1) Yes 2) No1) I 2) IV
  • 45. Answers1) Triangles 2) Number lines1) True 2) False1) -4 2) Neither1) True 2) False1) Picture Choice 1 2) Picture Choice 21) Move right 1 unit and up 3 units 2) Move right 3 units and up 1 unit1) Move your finger to the position on 2) Put your finger on the originthe x-axis1) (-1, 1) 2) (1, 1)1) Yes 2) No1) I 2) IV
  • 46. Answers1) Triangles 2) Number lines1) True 2) False1) -4 2) Neither1) True 2) False1) Picture Choice 1 2) Picture Choice 21) Move right 1 unit and up 3 units 2) Move right 3 units and up 1 unit1) Move your finger to the position on 2) Put your finger on the originthe x-axis1) (-1, 1) 2) (1, 1)1) Yes 2) No1) I 2) IV
  • 47. Answers1) Triangles 2) Number lines1) True 2) False1) -4 2) Neither1) True 2) False1) Picture Choice 1 2) Picture Choice 21) Move right 1 unit and up 3 units 2) Move right 3 units and up 1 unit1) Move your finger to the position on 2) Put your finger on the originthe x-axis1) (-1, 1) 2) (1, 1)1) Yes 2) No1) I 2) IV
  • 48. Answers1) Triangles 2) Number lines1) True 2) False1) -4 2) Neither1) True 2) False1) Picture Choice 1 2) Picture Choice 21) Move right 1 unit and up 3 units 2) Move right 3 units and up 1 unit1) Move your finger to the position on 2) Put your finger on the originthe x-axis1) (-1, 1) 2) (1, 1)1) Yes 2) No1) I 2) IV
  • 49. Answers1) Triangles 2) Number lines1) True 2) False1) -4 2) Neither1) True 2) False1) Picture Choice 1 2) Picture Choice 21) Move right 1 unit and up 3 units 2) Move right 3 units and up 1 unit1) Move your finger to the position on 2) Put your finger on the originthe x-axis1) (-1, 1) 2) (1, 1)1) Yes 2) No1) I 2) IV
  • 50. Answers1) Triangles 2) Number lines1) True 2) False1) -4 2) Neither1) True 2) False1) Picture Choice 1 2) Picture Choice 21) Move right 1 unit and up 3 units 2) Move right 3 units and up 1 unit1) Move your finger to the position on 2) Put your finger on the originthe x-axis1) (-1, 1) 2) (1, 1)1) Yes 2) No1) I 2) IV
  • 51. Answers1) Triangles 2) Number lines1) True 2) False1) -4 2) Neither1) True 2) False1) Picture Choice 1 2) Picture Choice 21) Move right 1 unit and up 3 units 2) Move right 3 units and up 1 unit1) Move your finger to the position on 2) Put your finger on the originthe x-axis1) (-1, 1) 2) (1, 1)1) Yes 2) No1) I 2) IV
  • 52. Answers1) Triangles 2) Number lines1) True 2) False1) -4 2) Neither1) True 2) False1) Picture Choice 1 2) Picture Choice 21) Move right 1 unit and up 3 units 2) Move right 3 units and up 1 unit1) Move your finger to the position on 2) Put your finger on the originthe x-axis1) (-1, 1) 2) (1, 1)1) Yes 2) No1) I 2) IV
  • 53. Answers1) Triangles 2) Number lines1) True 2) False1) -4 2) Neither1) True 2) False1) Picture Choice 1 2) Picture Choice 21) Move right 1 unit and up 3 units 2) Move right 3 units and up 1 unit1) Move your finger to the position on 2) Put your finger on the originthe x-axis1) (-1, 1) 2) (1, 1)1) Yes 2) No1) I 2) IV
  • 54. Answers1) Triangles 2) Number lines1) True 2) False1) -4 2) Neither1) True 2) False1) Picture Choice 1 2) Picture Choice 21) Move right 1 unit and up 3 units 2) Move right 3 units and up 1 unit1) Move your finger to the position on 2) Put your finger on the originthe x-axis1) (-1, 1) 2) (1, 1)1) Yes 2) No1) I 2) IV
  • 55. Answers1) Triangles 2) Number lines1) True 2) False1) -4 2) Neither1) True 2) False1) Picture Choice 1 2) Picture Choice 21) Move right 1 unit and up 3 units 2) Move right 3 units and up 1 unit1) Move your finger to the position on 2) Put your finger on the originthe x-axis1) (-1, 1) 2) (1, 1)1) Yes 2) No1) I 2) IV
  • 56. Answers1) Triangles 2) Number lines1) True 2) False1) -4 2) Neither1) True 2) False1) Picture Choice 1 2) Picture Choice 21) Move right 1 unit and up 3 units 2) Move right 3 units and up 1 unit1) Move your finger to the position on 2) Put your finger on the originthe x-axis1) (-1, 1) 2) (1, 1)1) Yes 2) No1) I 2) IV
  • 57. Answers1) Triangles 2) Number lines1) True 2) False1) -4 2) Neither1) True 2) False1) Picture Choice 1 2) Picture Choice 21) Move right 1 unit and up 3 units 2) Move right 3 units and up 1 unit1) Move your finger to the position on 2) Put your finger on the originthe x-axis1) (-1, 1) 2) (1, 1)1) Yes 2) No1) I 2) IV
  • 58. Answers 3) Rectangles 4) Line segments 3) 2 3) Picture Choice 3 3) Move left 1 unit and up 3 units 4) Move left 1 unit and down 3 units 3) Place a dot at your finger 4) Move your finger to the position on the y-axis 3) (0, 0) 4) (-1, -1) 3) III 4) II
  • 59. Answers 3) Rectangles 4) Line segments 3) 2 3) Picture Choice 3 3) Move left 1 unit and up 3 units 4) Move left 1 unit and down 3 units 3) Place a dot at your finger 4) Move your finger to the position on the y-axis 3) (0, 0) 4) (-1, -1) 3) III 4) II
  • 60. Answers 3) Rectangles 4) Line segments 3) 2 3) Picture Choice 3 3) Move left 1 unit and up 3 units 4) Move left 1 unit and down 3 units 3) Place a dot at your finger 4) Move your finger to the position on the y-axis 3) (0, 0) 4) (-1, -1) 3) III 4) II
  • 61. Answers 3) Rectangles 4) Line segments 3) 2 3) Picture Choice 3 3) Move left 1 unit and up 3 units 4) Move left 1 unit and down 3 units 3) Place a dot at your finger 4) Move your finger to the position on the y-axis 3) (0, 0) 4) (-1, -1) 3) III 4) II
  • 62. Answers 3) Rectangles 4) Line segments 3) 2 3) Picture Choice 3 3) Move left 1 unit and up 3 units 4) Move left 1 unit and down 3 units 3) Place a dot at your finger 4) Move your finger to the position on the y-axis 3) (0, 0) 4) (-1, -1) 3) III 4) II
  • 63. Answers 3) Rectangles 4) Line segments 3) 2 3) Picture Choice 3 3) Move left 1 unit and up 3 units 4) Move left 1 unit and down 3 units 3) Place a dot at your finger 4) Move your finger to the position on the y-axis 3) (0, 0) 4) (-1, -1) 3) III 4) II
  • 64. Answers 3) Rectangles 4) Line segments 3) 2 3) Picture Choice 3 3) Move left 1 unit and up 3 units 4) Move left 1 unit and down 3 units 3) Place a dot at your finger 4) Move your finger to the position on the y-axis 3) (0, 0) 4) (-1, -1) 3) III 4) II
  • 65. Answers 3) Rectangles 4) Line segments 3) 2 3) Picture Choice 3 3) Move left 1 unit and up 3 units 4) Move left 1 unit and down 3 units 3) Place a dot at your finger 4) Move your finger to the position on the y-axis 3) (0, 0) 4) (-1, -1) 3) III 4) II
  • 66. Answers 3) Rectangles 4) Line segments 3) 2 3) Picture Choice 3 3) Move left 1 unit and up 3 units 4) Move left 1 unit and down 3 units 3) Place a dot at your finger 4) Move your finger to the position on the y-axis 3) (0, 0) 4) (-1, -1) 3) III 4) II
  • 67. Answers 3) Rectangles 4) Line segments 3) 2 3) Picture Choice 3 3) Move left 1 unit and up 3 units 4) Move left 1 unit and down 3 units 3) Place a dot at your finger 4) Move your finger to the position on the y-axis 3) (0, 0) 4) (-1, -1) 3) III 4) II
  • 68. Answers 3) Rectangles 4) Line segments 3) 2 3) Picture Choice 3 3) Move left 1 unit and up 3 units 4) Move left 1 unit and down 3 units 3) Place a dot at your finger 4) Move your finger to the position on the y-axis 3) (0, 0) 4) (-1, -1) 3) III 4) II
  • 69. Answers 3) Rectangles 4) Line segments 3) 2 3) Picture Choice 3 3) Move left 1 unit and up 3 units 4) Move left 1 unit and down 3 units 3) Place a dot at your finger 4) Move your finger to the position on the y-axis 3) (0, 0) 4) (-1, -1) 3) III 4) II
  • 70. Answers 3) Rectangles 4) Line segments 3) 2 3) Picture Choice 3 3) Move left 1 unit and up 3 units 4) Move left 1 unit and down 3 units 3) Place a dot at your finger 4) Move your finger to the position on the y-axis 3) (0, 0) 4) (-1, -1) 3) III 4) II
  • 71. Answers 3) Rectangles 4) Line segments 3) 2 3) Picture Choice 3 3) Move left 1 unit and up 3 units 4) Move left 1 unit and down 3 units 3) Place a dot at your finger 4) Move your finger to the position on the y-axis 3) (0, 0) 4) (-1, -1) 3) III 4) II
  • 72. Answers 3) Rectangles 4) Line segments 3) 2 3) Picture Choice 3 3) Move left 1 unit and up 3 units 4) Move left 1 unit and down 3 units 3) Place a dot at your finger 4) Move your finger to the position on the y-axis 3) (0, 0) 4) (-1, -1) 3) III 4) II
  • 73. Turning Results by Participant (Response Detail)Session Name: coordinate plane session 1Created: 8/3/2011 12:56 PMCorrect = ResponseIncorrect = ResponseNo Value = Response Jessie Christopher1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two…2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis.3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position along4) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles.5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? [Picture Choice 3]6) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? [Move right 1 unit and up 3 units]7) What is the first step in plotting a point? [Put your finger on the origin]8) Where is the origin located? [(0, 0)]9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). [No]10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? [II]Correct %Total Points
  • 74. Kelly Stoeckle1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… [Number lines]2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis. [False]3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position along4) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles.5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? [Picture Choice 3]6) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? [Move right 1 unit and up 3 units]7) What is the first step in plotting a point? [Put your finger on the origin]8) Where is the origin located? [(0, 0)]9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). [No]10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located?Correct %Total Points
  • 75. Megan Seeman1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two…2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis.3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position along4) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. [True]5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)?6) How would you plot the point (1, 3)?7) What is the first step in plotting a point? [Put your finger on the origin]8) Where is the origin located?9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). [No]10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located?Correct %Total Points
  • 76. Jess Garner1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two…2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis. [False]3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position along4) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. [True]5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)?6) How would you plot the point (1, 3)?7) What is the first step in plotting a point?8) Where is the origin located? [(0, 0)]9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). [No]10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located?Correct %Total Points
  • 77. Blair Lusby1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… [Number lines]2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis.3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position along4) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. [True]5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? [Picture Choice 3]6) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? [Move right 1 unit and up 3 units]7) What is the first step in plotting a point? [Put your finger on the origin]8) Where is the origin located? [(0, 0)]9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x).10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located?Correct %Total Points
  • 78. Sarah Shipley1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… [Number lines]2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis.3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position along4) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. [True]5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? [Picture Choice 3]6) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? [Move right 1 unit and up 3 units]7) What is the first step in plotting a point? [Put your finger on the origin]8) Where is the origin located? [(0, 0)]9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). [No]10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? [II]Correct %Total Points
  • 79. Carla Bacon1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two…2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis.3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position along4) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. [True]5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? [Picture Choice 3]6) How would you plot the point (1, 3)?7) What is the first step in plotting a point? [Put your finger on the origin]8) Where is the origin located? [(0, 0)]9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). [No]10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located?Correct %Total Points
  • 80. Stef Wells1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… [Number lines]2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis.3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position along4) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. [True]5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)?6) How would you plot the point (1, 3)?7) What is the first step in plotting a point? [Put your finger on the origin]8) Where is the origin located?9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x).10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? [II]Correct %Total Points
  • 81. Greg Robison1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… [Number lines]2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis.3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position along4) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. [True]5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? [Picture Choice 3]6) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? [Move right 1 unit and up 3 units]7) What is the first step in plotting a point?8) Where is the origin located? [(0, 0)]9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x).10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? [II]Correct %Total Points
  • 82. Ken Benjes1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two…2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis. [False]3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position along4) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles.5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? [Picture Choice 3]6) How would you plot the point (1, 3)?7) What is the first step in plotting a point? [Put your finger on the origin]8) Where is the origin located? [(0, 0)]9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x).10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? [II]Correct %Total Points
  • 83. Jules Plant1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… [Number lines]2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis. [False]3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position along4) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles.5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? [Picture Choice 3]6) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? [Move right 1 unit and up 3 units]7) What is the first step in plotting a point? [Put your finger on the origin]8) Where is the origin located? [(0, 0)]9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x).10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? [II]Correct %Total Points
  • 84. Heather DeLauder1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two…2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis.3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position along4) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles.5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)?6) How would you plot the point (1, 3)?7) What is the first step in plotting a point? [Put your finger on the origin]8) Where is the origin located? [(0, 0)]9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). [No]10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? [II]Correct %Total Points
  • 85. Jess Morgan1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two…2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis. [False]3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position along4) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. [True]5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)? [Picture Choice 3]6) How would you plot the point (1, 3)?7) What is the first step in plotting a point? [Put your finger on the origin]8) Where is the origin located? [(0, 0)]9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). [No]10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located?Correct %Total Points
  • 86. Lindsey Hunter1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… [Number lines]2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis. [False]3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position along4) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. [True]5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)?6) How would you plot the point (1, 3)? [Move right 1 unit and up 3 units]7) What is the first step in plotting a point? [Put your finger on the origin]8) Where is the origin located? [(0, 0)]9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x).10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? [II]Correct %Total Points
  • 87. Amanda Williams1) A coordinate plane is the intersection of two… [Number lines]2) The horizontal line represents the y-axis.3) Consider the point (2, -4). Which number indicates the position along4) The x and y-axis intersect to form 90 angles. [True]5) Which image accurately illustrates the location of (-2, 1)?6) How would you plot the point (1, 3)?7) What is the first step in plotting a point? [Put your finger on the origin]8) Where is the origin located? [(0, 0)]9) A point is represented by the coordinate pair (y, x). [No]10) In which quadrant is (4, -3) located? [II]Correct %Total Points
  • 88. cipant (Response Detail) Responses Number lines False -4 True Picture Choice 2 Move right 3 units and up 1 unit Move your finger to the position on the x-axis (-1, 1) Yes I 33.33% 3
  • 89. ResponsesLine segmentsTrue2TruePicture Choice 2Move left 1 unit and down 3 unitsMove your finger to the position on the x-axis(1, 1)YesII 22.22% 2
  • 90. ResponsesNumber linesFalseNeitherFalsePicture Choice 3Move right 1 unit and up 3 unitsPlace a dot at your finger(0, 0)YesII 66.67% 6
  • 91. ResponsesNumber linesTrueNeitherFalsePicture Choice 3Move right 1 unit and up 3 unitsPut your finger on the origin(1, 1)YesII 55.56% 5
  • 92. ResponsesRectanglesFalseNeitherFalsePicture Choice 1Move left 1 unit and down 3 unitsMove your finger to the position on the x-axis(-1, -1)NoII 33.33% 3
  • 93. ResponsesTrianglesFalse2FalsePicture Choice 1Move right 3 units and up 1 unitPlace a dot at your finger(1, 1)YesI 11.11% 1
  • 94. ResponsesNumber linesFalse-4FalsePicture Choice 1Move right 1 unit and up 3 unitsMove your finger to the position on the x-axis(1, 1)YesII 44.44% 4
  • 95. ResponsesTrianglesFalse-4FalsePicture Choice 3Move right 1 unit and up 3 unitsMove your finger to the position on the y-axis(0, 0)NoIII 55.56% 5
  • 96. ResponsesTrianglesFalseNeitherFalsePicture Choice 2Move left 1 unit and up 3 unitsPut your finger on the origin(-1, 1)NoI 33.33% 3
  • 97. ResponsesNumber linesTrue-4TruePicture Choice 2Move right 1 unit and up 3 unitsMove your finger to the position on the y-axis(-1, 1)NoI 44.44% 4
  • 98. ResponsesRectanglesTrueNeitherTruePicture Choice 1Move right 3 units and up 1 unitMove your finger to the position on the y-axis(-1, 1)NoI 22.22% 2
  • 99. ResponsesNumber linesFalse-4TruePicture Choice 3Move right 1 unit and up 3 unitsPlace a dot at your finger(-1, -1)YesI 55.56% 5
  • 100. ResponsesNumber linesTrue-4FalsePicture Choice 1Move right 1 unit and up 3 unitsMove your finger to the position on the x-axis(-1, -1)YesII 33.33% 3
  • 101. ResponsesLine segmentsTrueNeitherFalsePicture Choice 3Move left 1 unit and down 3 unitsMove your finger to the position on the y-axis(-1, 1)NoIV 22.22% 2
  • 102. ResponsesLine segmentsFalse2FalsePicture Choice 3Move right 1 unit and up 3 unitsMove your finger to the position on the y-axis(-1, 1)YesIV 33.33% 3
  • 103. Turning Results by Participant (Score Detail)Session Name: coordinate plane session 1Created: 8/3/2011 12:56 PM Jessie ChristopherCorrect % 33.33%Total Points 3
  • 104. Kelly StoeckleCorrect % 22.22%Total Points 2
  • 105. Megan SeemanCorrect % 66.67%Total Points 6
  • 106. Jess GarnerCorrect % 55.56%Total Points 5
  • 107. Blair LusbyCorrect % 33.33%Total Points 3
  • 108. Sarah ShipleyCorrect % 11.11%Total Points 1
  • 109. Carla BaconCorrect % 44.44%Total Points 4
  • 110. Stef WellsCorrect % 55.56%Total Points 5
  • 111. Greg RobisonCorrect % 33.33%Total Points 3
  • 112. Ken BenjesCorrect % 44.44%Total Points 4
  • 113. Jules PlantCorrect % 22.22%Total Points 2
  • 114. Heather DeLauderCorrect % 55.56%Total Points 5
  • 115. Jess MorganCorrect % 33.33%Total Points 3
  • 116. Lindsey HunterCorrect % 22.22%Total Points 2
  • 117. Amanda WilliamsCorrect % 33.33%Total Points 3