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Plane-Ch. 8-1, 8-6

Integers any whole number and it's opposite, including 0{-4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4}
Negative Integers integers less than zero
Positive Integers integers greater than zero
Graphing Integers put a "dot" on the number line where that integer is
Opposites numbers that are the same distance from zero in opposite directions on the number line
Coordinate Plan grid used to locate points
Y-axis vertical number line
X-axis horizontal number line
Origin (0,0)
Negative numbers below and to the left of zero
Positive numbers above and to the right of zero
Quadrant I (+,+) (right, up)
Quadrant II (-,+) (left, up)
Quadrant III (-,-) (left, down)
Quadrant IV (+,-) (right, down)
Ordered Pair used to located any point on a coordinate plane
X-Coordinate ex: (3,4), 3 because it is the first number
Y-Coordinate ex: (3,4), 4 because it is the second number
Direction ALWAYS-first go right/left, then up/down
Created by: Mills, Susan