no, coordinate graph is a graph made on a coordinate plane i.e xy-plane
It is a coordinate of x and y on the coordinate plane
A point on a graph that is not on the line or set of lines on a coordinate plane.
Graphing a line on the coordinate plane is the two-dimensional equivalent to marking a point on a number line. It just means to graph your line with respect to the x and y axes.
On the Cartesian plane it is at point of origin whose coordinate is (0, 0)
An x-intercept is the point where a function intersects the x-axis on a Cartesian coordinate plane. For example, if the graph of a parabola is plotted and the graph intersects the x-axis on the coordinate plane, the point(s) where the graph intersects the x-axis are the x-intercepts for that function.
A continuous graph ?
What is used to locate a point in a coordinate plane
It is a continuous line graph.
It means to put the coordinates you were given on the coordinate plane. Ex. (-3,2) you find it the on the coordinate plane and then you plot it or graph it
To graph points on a graph, typically for Algebra or Geometry. :)
It is called a graph. Graphs consist of many such points.