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.
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