CCSS Math: 6.NS.C.6, 6.NS.C.6b
Review the parts of a coordinate plane, and try some practice problems.


A coordinate plane has one horizontal axis, the x-axis\blueD{x\text{-axis}} and one vertical axis, the y-axis\greenD{y\text{-axis}}.


The x-axis\blueD{x\text{-axis}} and y-axis\greenD{y\text{-axis}} intersect at the origin\goldD{\text{origin}}. The origin\goldD{\text{origin}} is located at ordered pair, (0,0)(0,0).


The coordinate plane is divided into four quadrants. Quadrant one (QI) is the top right fourth of the coordinate plane, where there are only positive coordinates. Quadrant two (QII) is the top left fourth of the coordinate plane. Quadrant three (QIII) is the bottom left fourth. Quadrant four (QIV) is the bottom right fourth.
Want to learn more about coordinate planes? Check out this video.


Problem 1
Where is point A\maroonD{A} located on the coordinate plane?
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Want to try more problems like this? Check out this exercise.