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Stack #55627

Belle Plaine Math 7 ch. 3 terms

Absolute value the distance from zero on a number line. Makes every number positive
additive inverse Two numbers that are opposite and add up to zero. Ex. 5 and -5.
coordinate grid/coordinate plane a graph with a x and y axis(a vertical and horizontal lines)
graph to plot a point on a line or coordinate grid
integer any whole number positive or negative and 0
negative integer a whole number that is negative(-5)
positive integer a whole number that is positive(5)
opposite have the same distance from zero, but are on opposite sides of zero(5 and -5)
ordered pair (5,-2) for example. Gives an (x,y) point with an x an y coordinate.
origen zero, where the x-axis and y-axis intersect.
quadrant the coordinate plane is divided into 4 quadrants(sections)
x-axis horizontal number line(right,left)
y-axis vertical number line(up, down)
x-coordinate the first number in the ordered pair that correspondes to the x-axis
y-coordinate the second number in an ordered pair that correspondes to the y-axis
Created by: mr.miller