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## 6th grade (Eureka Math/EngageNY)

### Course: 6th grade (Eureka Math/EngageNY) > Unit 3

Lesson 3: Topic C: Rational numbers and the coordinate plane- Points on the coordinate plane examples
- Finding the point not graphed
- Plotting a point (ordered pair)
- Points on the coordinate plane
- Points on the coordinate plane
- Quadrants of the coordinate plane
- Points and quadrants example
- Quadrants on the coordinate plane
- Coordinate plane parts review
- Graphing coordinates review
- Coordinate plane word problem examples
- Distance between points: vertical or horizontal
- Coordinate plane problems in all four quadrants
- Reflecting points in the coordinate plane
- Reflecting points in the coordinate plane

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# Coordinate plane parts review

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

## Axes

A coordinate plane has one horizontal axis, the start color #11accd, x, start text, negative, a, x, i, s, end text, end color #11accd and one vertical axis, the start color #1fab54, y, start text, negative, a, x, i, s, end text, end color #1fab54.

## Origin

The start color #11accd, x, start text, negative, a, x, i, s, end text, end color #11accd and start color #1fab54, y, start text, negative, a, x, i, s, end text, end color #1fab54 intersect at the start color #e07d10, start text, o, r, i, g, i, n, end text, end color #e07d10. The start color #e07d10, start text, o, r, i, g, i, n, end text, end color #e07d10 is located at ordered pair, left parenthesis, 0, comma, 0, right parenthesis.

## Quadrants

The coordinate plane is divided into four quadrants. Quadrant one (QI) is the top right fourth of the coordinate plane, where there are only positive coordinates. Quadrant two (QII) is the top left fourth of the coordinate plane. Quadrant three (QIII) is the bottom left fourth. Quadrant four (QIV) is the bottom right fourth.

*Want to learn more about coordinate planes? Check out this video.*

## Want to join the conversation?

- Why is the second quadrant towards the left and the first is on the right?(53 votes)
- So when you first start of learning coordinate planes you start on the positive x and positive y coordinates. So as a result the first quartile is named after that (the first way of learning coordinate planes).(45 votes)

- what is a quadrant? how? what? were?(17 votes)
- A quadrant are those boxes outside or the plane those are were the dots are place there are 4 quadrants. Hopefully this helps you.(13 votes)

- how do you do fractions on coordinate plane?(6 votes)
- 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.(22 votes)

- Do you have a suggestion to memorize where the quadrants are? I'm having trouble with that..(11 votes)
- 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.(9 votes)

- I need help on the negative what negative does it mean? Thank you for your help(5 votes)
- It means that the number or coordinate is a negative (the opposite of a positive).

I hope this helps you.(17 votes)

- is the bottom right the 4th quadrent or the left?(1 vote)
- Q4 is bottom right, whereas Q3 takes up the bottom left.(3 votes)

- what does coordinate plane means?(2 votes)
- 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.(10 votes)

- Is coordinate plane the same thing as graphing?(4 votes)
- The coordinate plane is what we put graphs on. The graph is the coordinate plane as well as the function (or data) displayed on the plane.(5 votes)

- when i try to do it i type i always git the rong answer and never right(5 votes)
- If you are stuck just look at the explains(2 votes)

- Whats a quadrant? plz help me(1 vote)
- A
*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.(7 votes)