- Choose and label appropriate scales for the axes of the coordinate plane, based on the coordinates to be plotted, and explain (orally and in writing) the choice.
- Generalize about the signs of coordinates that represent locations in each “quadrant” of the coordinate plane.
- Plot a point given its coordinates or identify the coordinates of a given point on the coordinate plane.
- Recognize that the axes of the coordinate plane can be extended to represent negative numbers.
- I can plot points with negative coordinates in the coordinate plane.
- I know what negative numbers in coordinates tell us.
- When given points to plot, I can construct a coordinate plane with an appropriate scale and pair of axes.
The coordinate plane is divided into 4 regions called quadrants. The quadrants are numbered using Roman numerals, starting in the top right corner.
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