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We first explored the coordinate plane in the 5th grade. But that was only dealing with positive coordinate. Now, however, we know all about negative numbers so why not have negative coordinates as well!
Common Core Standards: 6.NS.C.6, 6.NS.C.6b, 6.NS.C.6c, 6.NS.C.8
Let's get familiar with the x/y coordinate plane, both from the perspective of plotting points and interpreting the placement of points on a plane.
This exercise asks us to graph a set of points from an ordered pair on the x and y axis of a coordinate plane.
Plot a given point on the coordinate plane.
Naomi needs some help counting the number of blocks she walks from home to school. We'll use the coordinate plane to graph it out first. Let's go.
You like dividing up a pizza into slices? In geometry, we slice up the coordinate plane into quadrants. Although these are more like squares than triangular pizza slices! Let's learn about them.
This is a great exercise example in which we plot the ordered pair and then identify which quadrant the point lies. You'll get the hang of this quickly!
Graph a point and indicate which quadrant it is in on the coordinate plane.
Some of the given ordered pairs are already graphed on the coordinate pane in this example, but not all of them. Can you tell which haven't?
Determine which of several given ordered pairs is not graphed on the coordinate plane.
In this word problem, we need to plot the ordered pairs and then figure out the difference in the y coodinate between the two. This will give us our answer!
Find the distance between two points on the coordinate plane that share the same x- or y-coordinate.
Just like looking at a mirror image of yourself, but flipped....a reflection point is the mirror point on the opposite axis. Watch this tutorial and reflect :)