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"6th Grade MathThematics Module 4. Section 5."

ordered pair the numbers that give the location of a point on a coordinate grid. The first number gives the horizontal position and the second number gives the vertical position
coordinated grid a grid formed using two number lines as axes. The axes intersect at the point (0,0) called the origin
axes real or imaginary reference lines (singular = axis). Graphs have horizontal and vertical axes
origin the point of intersection of the x and y axis on a coordinate or Cartesian plane. The coordinates of the origin are (0,0)
variable a letter or symbol that represents a quantity that is unknown or that can change
evaluate an expression to substitute a number for each variable, then carry out any operation in the expression
equation a mathematical sentence that uses the symbol “=” between two expressions to show that they have the same value
Created by: MicahS