## Standards with the same topic and subject but for other grades

Identify the quadrant or the axis on which a point is positioned by examining the coordinates (ordered pair) of the point. Ordered pairs will be limited to coordinates expressed as integers. (a)

Any given point is defined by only one ordered pair in the coordinate plane.

The coordinates may be used to name the point. (e.g., the point (2, 7)). It is not necessary to say “the point whose coordinates are (2, 7).” The first coordinate tells the location or distance of the point to the left or right of the 𝑦-axis and the second coordinate tells the location or distance of the point above or below the 𝑥-axis. For example, (2, 7) is two units to the right of the 𝑦-axis and seven units above the 𝑥-axis.

The student will a) identify the components of the coordinate plane; and b) identify the coordinates of a point and graph ordered pairs in a coordinate plane.

For all points on the 𝑥-axis, the 𝑦-coordinate is 0. For all points on the 𝑦-axis, the 𝑥-coordinate is 0.

Coordinates of points having the same 𝑥-coordinate are located on the same vertical line.

Coordinates of points having the same 𝑦-coordinate are located on the same horizontal line.

Identify and label the axes, origin, and quadrants of a coordinate plane. (a)

Graph ordered pairs in the four quadrants and on the axes of a coordinate plane. Ordered pairs will be limited to coordinates expressed as integers. (b)

Identify ordered pairs represented by points in the four quadrants and on the axes of the coordinate plane. Ordered pairs will be limited to coordinates expressed as integers. (b)