Review the parts of a coordinate plane, and try some practice problems.

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Megan Starbird

7 years agoPosted 7 years ago. Direct link to Megan Starbird's post “Why is the second quadran...”

Why is the second quadrant towards the left and the first is on the right?

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(69 votes)

Sako Altunyan

4 years agoPosted 4 years ago. Direct link to Sako Altunyan's post “Quadrant one is where bot...”

Quadrant one is where both the x and y values will most likely increase and as the coordinate grid shows that the numbers on the x-axis go from negative to positive on the number line. The second quadrant is where the y-axis will increase however, the x-axis will forever be decreased due to the number line.

(6 votes)

01000001011011100110010001111001

7 years agoPosted 7 years ago. Direct link to 01000001011011100110010001111001's post “what is a quadrant? how? ...”

what is a quadrant? how? what? were?

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(27 votes)

27entezariiman

4 years agoPosted 4 years ago. Direct link to 27entezariiman's post “A quadrant are those boxe...”

A quadrant are those boxes outside or the plane those are were the dots are place there are 4 quadrants. Hopefully this helps you.

(35 votes)

Ruby H.

3 years agoPosted 3 years ago. Direct link to Ruby H.'s post “Do you have a suggestion ...”

Do you have a suggestion to memorize where the quadrants are? I'm having trouble with that..

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(21 votes)

Kim Seidel

3 years agoPosted 3 years ago. Direct link to Kim Seidel's post “Remember, top right = qua...”

Remember, top right = quandrant 1

Then, rememer to go counterclockwise (move left, down, then right) to get the sequence of the numbers.

Hope this helps.(22 votes)

Darlene

7 years agoPosted 7 years ago. Direct link to Darlene's post “how do you do fractions ...”

how do you do fractions on coordinate plane?

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(6 votes)

Kim Seidel

7 years agoPosted 7 years ago. Direct link to Kim Seidel's post “Each axis is a number lin...”

Each axis is a number line. Here is a set of videos for fractions on a number line: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/arithmetic/fraction-arithmetic/arith-review-fractions-on-the-number-line/v/fractions-on-a-number-line

Hope this helps.(30 votes)

Chance0505

7 years agoPosted 7 years ago. Direct link to Chance0505's post “I need help on the negati...”

I need help on the negative what negative does it mean? Thank you for your help

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(7 votes)

MarioMario54321

7 years agoPosted 7 years ago. Direct link to MarioMario54321's post “It means that the number ...”

It means that the number or coordinate is a negative (the opposite of a positive).

I hope this helps you.(26 votes)

arafat623

7 years agoPosted 7 years ago. Direct link to arafat623's post “what does coordinate plan...”

what does coordinate plane means?

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(7 votes)

Kory Culkin

7 years agoPosted 7 years ago. Direct link to Kory Culkin's post “The coordinate plane is a...”

The coordinate plane is a tool for representing points on two axis. It is basically a map for charting coordinates. It can also be used to chart inequalities and equations.

(15 votes)

acmoore

2 years agoPosted 2 years ago. Direct link to acmoore's post “when i try to do it i typ...”

when i try to do it i type i always git the rong answer and never right

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(7 votes)

Ponyta303 #TeamYellowLeaf

2 years agoPosted 2 years ago. Direct link to Ponyta303 #TeamYellowLeaf's post “That's OK! This confusing...”

That's OK! This confusing topic definitely takes some practice before it feels natural.

Here's some tips to help you remember which quadrant is which:1) First off, draw down a coordinate plane. In the upper right corner, write (+,+) to symbol that both numbers are positive, then write '1'. In the upper

*left*, write down '(-,+)' and mark it with a '2'. In the*bottom*right, write (+,-) then put a matching 4. Finally, in the bottom left, write down (-,-). You can then glance at your paper to see 'ok, in the third quadrant the number on the*x-axis*is positive and the number in the*y-axis*is negative. Eventually, this will become enrooted in your brain, and quizzes like this will be as easy as 123.2) Look at the previous tip. You may have noticed that I put (-) to symbol a negative number an (+) to symbol a positive number. You can think of the (+) as an open eye, (-) as a closed eye, and (,) as the mouth. You can then think of the third quadrant, (-,-), as someone sleeping, or 'the lazy quadrant'. Next, think of the first quadrant, (+,+), as someone wide-awake, or 'the active quadrant'. Finally, you can think of the second and fourth as someone winking!

Hope this helped,

*Ponyta303*(8 votes)

rayzh139

3 years agoPosted 3 years ago. Direct link to rayzh139's post “Whats a quadrant? plz hel...”

Whats a quadrant? plz help me

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(5 votes)

Azkexz

3 years agoPosted 3 years ago. Direct link to Azkexz's post “A _quadrant_ means 4 part...”

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*quadrant*means 4 parts of something. So, in a coordinate plane, the 4 "squares" are called*quadrants*. There are 4 quadrants in a coordinate plane, and they each have different locations and names.The

*top right*quadrant is called,**Quadrant 1**.

The*top left*quadrant is called,**Quadrant 2**.

The*bottom left*quadrant is called,**Quadrant 3**.

Lastly, the*bottom right*quadrant is called**Quadrant 4**.Hope this helps.

(12 votes)

Nicholas Ritchie

6 years agoPosted 6 years ago. Direct link to Nicholas Ritchie's post “is the bottom right the 4...”

is the bottom right the 4th quadrent or the left?

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(4 votes)

Nichole K

3 years agoPosted 3 years ago. Direct link to Nichole K's post “Q4 is bottom right, where...”

Q4 is bottom right, whereas Q3 takes up the bottom left.

(5 votes)

Indu Sattiraju

a year agoPosted a year ago. Direct link to Indu Sattiraju's post “th is would have been hel...”

th is would have been helpful before the quiz (Quadrants on the coordinate plane).

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(8 votes)

jg16190

8 months agoPosted 8 months ago. Direct link to jg16190's post “if you are sturggling you...”

if you are sturggling your lerning

(0 votes)