Step: 1

The jug is located 2 units to the left of the y -axis.

Step: 2

So the x -coordinate is - 2.

Step: 3

The jug is located 4 units below the x -axis.

Step: 4

So, the y -coordinate is - 4.

Step: 5

The ordered pair for the location of the jug is (- 2, - 4).

Correct Answer is : (- 2,- 4)

Step: 1

The point (0, 3) is on the y -axis.

Step: 2

After moving 2 units to the right from the point, Jerald reaches the point (2, 3).

Step: 3

The point (2, 3) is in the first quadrant.

Step: 4

So, Jerald moved to the first quadrant as shown in the following graph.

Correct Answer is : Quadrant I

Step: 1

The x -coordinate is positive and the y -coordinate is negative in quadrant IV.

Step: 2

In the point C (4, - 2), the x -coordinate is positive and the y -coordinate is negative.

Step: 3

So, the point C (4, - 2) is located in the quadrant IV.

Correct Answer is : Quadrant IV

Step: 1

Start at the origin.

Step: 2

The point C is 5 units to the left from the y -axis.

Step: 3

So, the x -coordinate of point C is -5.

Step: 4

Point C is 1 unit below the x -axis.

Step: 5

So, the y -coordinate of point C is -1.

Step: 6

The coordinates of the point C are (-5, -1).

Correct Answer is : (-5, -1)

Step: 1

Plot a point on the origin and name it as point A.

[Since one of the vertices is the origin.]

Step: 2

Move 5 units to the right from the origin on the x -axis to plot a point and name it as point B.

[Since the length of the rectangle is 5 units and the length coincides with the x -axis.]

Step: 3

Move 3 units up from the origin on the y -axis to plot the point and name it as point D.

[Since the width is 3 units and coincides with y -axis.]

Step: 4

Move 5 units to the right from the point D to plot the point C.

[In a rectangle, opposite sides are parallel and equal.]

Step: 5

So, the point opposite to the origin is C (5, 3).

Correct Answer is : (5, 3)

Step: 1

Start at the origin.

Step: 2

The x -coordinate of the given point is - 4. So, move 4 units to the left of the y -axis.

Step: 3

The y -coordinate of the given point is 3. So, move 3 units up from the x -axis.

Step: 4

Draw a dot and label it A. The graph would look like the one below.

Step: 5

Among the given graphs, Graph 1 matches with our graph.

Correct Answer is : Graph 1

Step: 1

Start at the origin.

Step: 2

The point H is 4 units to the left from the y -axis.

Step: 3

So, the x -coordinate of point H is -4.

Step: 4

Point H is 3 units above the x -axis.

Step: 5

So, the y -coordinate of point H is 3.

Step: 6

The coordinates of the point H are (-4, 3).

Correct Answer is : (-4, 3)

Step: 1

The coordinates are represented as (x , y ), where the first value indicates where it is along the horizontal axis (x -axis) and the second value indicates where it is along the vertical axis (y -axis).

Step: 2

The point at (6, 0) is point R .

Correct Answer is : Point R

Step: 1

In the coordinate plane, the park is 4 units right of the origin and from that point 6 units up , which is the starting point.

Step: 2

So, the ordered pair (4, 6) gives the location of the park.

Correct Answer is : (4, 6)

Step: 1

The coordinates of a point with reference to the scales given on the axes can be obtained by determining the distance of the point from the y -axis and the x -axis.

Step: 2

Point R is 8 units to the right of the y -axis and 6 units above the x -axis.

Step: 3

So, the coordinates of point R are (8, 6).

Correct Answer is : (8, 6)

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