# Cartesian Plane and Coordinate Geometry

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Discipline:
Math
Subject:
Geometry

Cartesian plane & Coordinate Geometry

Example 1:

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Example 3:

Coordinate geometry is the process of plotting points on a Cartesian plane in the exact place that they are supposed to be plotted or where you want. The Cartesian plane is a type of graph that has fourth different quadrants or sections each quadrant is either labelled with negative or positive numbers and has an x and y axis. So for example if you have a set of numbers 1, 2. The number one is the x axis and the number two is the y axis which means when you plot it on the Cartesian plane you must plot the number in one of the four quadrants depending if they are positive or negative numbers. You also plot the numbers where they meet so when you look at two on the graph and you look at one you plot the dot where the two meet.

Example 2:

All of the points that were plotted on this graph make a straight line just off the middle of the page.it is a linear

All of the points that were plotted on this graph make a straight line on the right side of the cartesian plane which makes it a linear

Example 4:

All of the points that were plotted on this graph make a straight line through the first and second quadrants .Which makes it a linear.

All of the points that were plotted on this graph make a v shape with which makes it not a linear

Example 5:

All of the points that were plotted on this graph make a sort of 45 degree angle but doesnt make a staright lineo its not linear