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# 3.1 coordinate plane - ALGEBRA ONE

LLEVADA'S ALGEBRA 1. section coordinate plane The map of the city of Miami divides the city into four Miami Ave. sections or quadrants. Starting from the top right and moving in a counter-clock direction, the quadrants are Northeast (NE), Northwest (NW), Southwest D. (SW), and Southeast (SE). Notice how Flagler Street NW NE divides north from south and how Miami Avenue TE. divides east from west. This arrangement of dividing streets and avenues is called a coordinate plane .. In math, we use the coordinate BI. plane to plot y 8.

COPYING PROHIBITED LLEVADA’S ALGEBRA 1 40 Chapter 3: Linear Equations Section 3.1 Coordinate Plane. The map of the city of Miami divides the city into four sections or quadrants.

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1 LLEVADA'S ALGEBRA 1. section coordinate plane The map of the city of Miami divides the city into four Miami Ave. sections or quadrants. Starting from the top right and moving in a counter-clock direction, the quadrants are Northeast (NE), Northwest (NW), Southwest D. (SW), and Southeast (SE). Notice how Flagler Street NW NE divides north from south and how Miami Avenue TE. divides east from west. This arrangement of dividing streets and avenues is called a coordinate plane .. In math, we use the coordinate BI. plane to plot y 8.

2 Flagler St. points. Points plotted on a 6. coordinate plane II I. SW SE ( ,+) 4. (+,+). HI. are called a set of coordinates 2. or a coordinate pair. Just like in the map of the city of Miami, a x 8 6 4 2 0 2 4 6 8. coordinate plane is divided into four quadrants. Named Roman O. numerals I, II, III and IV, these quadrants divide both axes into posi- tive and negative sides. Because in the coordinate plane positive is to the right of the vertical axis AND above the horizontal axis, III. ( , ). 2. 4. 6. IV. (+, ). PR. quadrant I is positive-positive.

3 Quadrant II is negative-positive (to 8. the left of the vertical axis and above the horizontal axis). Quadrant III is negative-negative (to the left of the vertical axis and below the y horizontal axis). Quadrant IV is positive-negative (to the right of the 8. vertical axis and below the horizontal axis). 6. 4 . (3,4). G. To make our work simpler, we have named the horizontal axis x and the vertical axis y. Also, because in the alphabet x is before y, the 2. coordinate sets will always be written in the order (x,y). Therefore, x 2 0 2.

4 When, for example, in ALGEBRA we write point (3,4), this means to go 8 6 4 4 6 8. IN. 2. 3 in the x direction and 4 in the y direction. It falls into the first quad- rant. See coordinate plane to the right. 4. 6. PY. Examples y 8. Write a set of coordinates for . 8. the points shown in the graph to the left. 6. C. 4 1. Point A is set 5 units to the right and 4 units down. Its location is CO. 2..D. in the IV quadrant. (5, 4). 2. Point B is 6 units on the x-axis and 3 unit along the y-axis, plac- . x 8 6 4 2 0 2 4 6 8 ing it in the III quadrant.

5 ( 6, 3). B. 2. 4. 6.. A. 3. Point C is 2 units away from the origin along the x-axis and 5. units away along the y-axis. ( 2,5) is in the II quadrant. 4. Point D is ON the x axis 3 units away from the origin, with no value for y, and no specific quadrant. (3,0). 8. 40 Chapter 3: Linear Equations LLEVADA'S ALGEBRA 1. Practice On paper, mark two intersecting axes, x and y, and plot the following sets of coordinates . 1. (5,1) 7. (0, 5) 13. ( 6, 1) 19. ( 4,0). 2. ( 3, 2) 8. ( 4, 1) 14. (3, 1) 20. (2,2). 3. (4,2) 9. (3, 7) 15. (1,3) 21.

6 (7, 2). 4. (6, 4) 10. (0,0) 16. (3,0) 22. ( 1, 1). 5. ( 1,3) 11. ( 1,5) 17. ( 5,3) 23. ( 2,4). D. 6. (7, 4) 12. ( 3, 6) 18. ( 4, 4) 24. (5,5). TE. Plot the points given. Join the dots and determine the geometric figure that forms. 25. ( 3,4), ( 7, 6), (1, 6) 31. (2, 5), (5,6), ( 1,6). 26. (3,7), (6,7), (2, 3), ( 1, 3) 32. ( 3, 1), (4, 4), ( 1,3). 27. ( 1,6), ( 5,0), (3,0), ( 1, 6) 33. (5,3), (6, 2), ( 4, 4), ( 3,3). BI. 28. (0,0), (0,4), (6,4), (6,0) 34. (0,5), (3,3), (2, 1), ( 2, 1), ( 3,3). 29. (5,5), (5, 2), ( 3, 2) 35. (2,0), (2, 6), ( 8, 6), ( 8,0).

7 30. ( 4,2), (5,2), (5, 3), ( 4, 3) 36. (3,6), (6,2), (6, 3), (3, 6). HI. In the graphs below, write the set of coordinates that represent each point and name each quadrant. 37. 38. O . 39.. A. 40.. A.. PR. B..A B.. B.. A. B. G. 41. 42.. 43.. 44. IN.. B. B.. A. A. B.. PY.. A . A. B. 45.. 46. 47.. 48.. CO.. A. A A A.. B .. B.. B. B. Cooordinate plane 41.