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Coordinate Plane

Coordinate Plane Unit Vocabulary

TermDefinition
coordinate plane a plane formed by a horizontal number line, called the x-axis, that intersects a vertical number line, called the y-axis
ordered pair a pair of numbers describing the location of a point on the coordinate plane
origin the point (0,0) where the x-axis and y-axis of a coordinate plane intersect; the starting point
quadrant one of the four sections of the coordinate plane created by the x- and y- axes
x-axis the horizontal number line of a coordinate plane
y-axis the vertical number line of a coordinate plane
x-coordinate the first number in an ordered pair, which tells how many units to move along the x-axis
y-coordinate the second number in an ordered pair, which tells how many units to move along the y-axis