Q: How can a coordinate grid be used to show the similarities and differences between translations and reflections?

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There are slight differences between a coordinate and and ordinate. In mathematics, an ordinate is plotted on the vertical axis of a two dimensional system and is an element of an ordered pair. A coordinate however, refers to a geometry system which uses one or more than one number to chart and determine the position of a point or other geometic element.

x-coordinate: abscissa y-coordinate: ordinate

A coordinate plane! If it has one or more breaks in it is not a coordinate plane but only a part of one.

no, coordinate graph is a graph made on a coordinate plane i.e xy-plane

a coordinate system is lines of longuitude and latitude that are used in a map to locate something. There is a coordiante in the Equatorial Coordinate System that is like longitude in the Geographical Coordinate System.....what is the coordinate? Celestial Equator?

They are abscissa (x-coordinate) and ordinate (y-coordinate).

banking coordinate

it is a down on the graph

(0,0) are the coordinate of the origin.

The North Point

The coordinate system can be in any number of dimensions whereas the coordinate plane is a 2-dimensional concept.

y coordinate is 0

Its x coordinate is 0.

The y coordinate is 0.

Coordinate index ? Sure ! It's easy ... You just have to coordinate your index number !

It is the abscissa.

graphing tool

what is tranformers coordinate code

Its x coordinate is 0.The abscissa (x-coordinate) is zero.

The first coordinate always is called the "x" coordinate, because it goes on the "x" axis, while the second coordinate is always called the "y" coordinate because it always goes on the "y" axis.

ex) (3,1)

Given an ordered pair, (x,y), the first number is the x coordinate.

y-coordinate is 0

A y coordinate is when you have a long line (y axis) and you coordinate (put numbers on that line) and you graph them

A point's y coordinate is its vertical position, or how high or low it is.