Plot them on a graph. So it’s at 4 comma 2. Now let’s do a slightly more involved problem. You just drop down. All right, let’s plot these on a graph, as they tell us to do.
So we can already see the bottom of our rectangle that they’re talking about, right there. That is the point B. Point C is 3 comma 3. So it’s the point 5 comma and y is going to be equal to 6. So we drop down 4 right there. The x-coordinate is 3. So we drop down here into the fourth quadrant.
So we go x is negative 4. A quadrilateral with no square corners. Please submit your feedback or enquiries via our Feedback page. You can use the free Mathway calculator and problem solver below to practice Algebra or other math topics. They call this the third quadrant.
A quadrilateral with only 1 pair of parallel sides. Coordinate plane problems in all four quadrants. And notice, it’s on the same vertical as B. I’ll do it in orange. So you have this point right here, A.
And we are done. The x-coordinate is 3. We welcome your feedback, comments and questions about this site or page. It’s going to have to be on the same vertical as this point, which means it’s going to have the same x value as this point.
Plotting a point ordered pair. And we’ll talk a little bit about that as we plot these points.
All right, let’s plot these on a graph, as they tell us to do. Points on the coordinate plane examples. Let me get another color. Then lessonn, 4 negative 4. Now this point B here, what’s the x-coordinate?
And let me put some– let me mark hhomework. So its x-coordinate, you can see it right there. So it’s at 4 comma 2. This is negative 5. Negative 4, negative 4. Or if you’re given coordinates, how to figure out where to plot something on the x,y-coordinate plane. So point B, x is positive.
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Both of its coordinates are positive. Let me do it in a color that you’ll be able to read. They’re both at the same level below the x-axis. Now let’s do a slightly more involved problem. Worksheets, examples, and solutions to help Grade 2 students learn how to combine shapes to create a composite shape; create a new shape from composite shapes.
That’s y is equal to 1, 2, 3, 4. Points on the coordinate plane. That’s just the convention we use.