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Coordinate plane

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Ordered pairs a pair of numbers that can be used to locate a point on a coordinate plane.
Coordinate plane is formed by two number lines, the x-axis and the y-axis.
x-axis the horizontal number line in a coordinate plane.
y-axis the vertical number line in a coordinate plane.
Quadrant the four regions of a coordinate plane.
x-coordinate the first number in an ordered pair, it tells the distance to move right or left from the origin.
y-coordinate- the second number in an ordered pair, it tells the distance to move up or down from the origin.
Origin the point where the x-axis and y- axis intersect on the coordinate plane.
Domain the set of all possible input values of a function.
Range the set of all possible output values of a function.
Function an input and output relationship that has exactly one output for each input.
Input the value substituted into an expression or function.
Output the value that results from the substitution of a given input into an expression or function.
Created by: marilynk