# LESSON 6 HOMEWORK 5.5 EUREKA MATH

Draw and identify your favorites below. So that is our point D. Or you could go down and to the left. Coordinate plane Coordinates ordered pairs. E, let’s do the y-coordinate.

It’s 1, 2, 3. E, let’s do the y-coordinate. That’ll be my x-axis. So we go x is negative 4. So you have this point right here, A.

That’s y is equal to 1, 2, 3, 4. The x-coordinate is 2. D, x-coordinate negative 2. It is 5 to the left.

## Points on the coordinate plane examples

Points on the coordinate plane. Or if you’re given coordinates, how to figure out where to plot something on the x,y-coordinate plane. And then one last one. Right to the left of point C.

Just an interesting thing to know. Coordinate plane problems in all four quadrants. So we drop down 4 right there.

And then finally, F. And just to familiarize yourself with a labeling scheme that you may or may not have seen before, is that people label these sections of the coordinate plane. This is x is equal to negative 1, negative 2, negative 3, negative 4.

# Points on the coordinate plane examples (video) | Khan Academy

Eurkea in the first quadrant. So it’s the point 5 comma and y is going to be equal to 6. Where does it intersect the x-axis? If y is positive, but x is negative, you’re in the second. This y equals negative 4.

And you could have gone the other way.

# Combine Shapes (solutions, examples, worksheets, lesson plans, videos)

If they’re both negative, they’re going to be in the third quadrant. The x-coordinate is 3. A quadrilateral with 4 square corners.

Coordinate plane Coordinates ordered pairs. So its x-coordinate, you can see it right there.

Plotting a point ordered pair. You just drop down. I’ll do it in orange.

So first, we have the point A is equal to negative 4, negative 4. And that is our point A. They’re both at the same level below the x-axis. That’ll be my y-axis. That’ll be my x-axis. Finding the point not graphed. If you’re seeing this message, it means we’re having trouble loading external resources on our website.

You could have said, hey, y is equal to negative 3. And we’ll talk a little bit about that as we plot these points.