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Q: What is one fourth of a coordinate grid called?

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It is a point on the coordinate grid. The grid may be the Cartesian or coordinate plane, or its equivalent in 3 or more dimensions. It could also refer to a grid where the axes are not at right angles to one another (eg isometric grid).

A coordinate grid has just one large section displaying data varying from (0,0) to (infinity,infinity). On the other hand, a coordinate plane is much different. A coordinate plane has four sections, (+,+), (+,-), (-,+), and (-,-). Theese four sections are all in oposite corners of a grid. I hope this helped!!

it a quadrant

One fourth is 25 out of 100.

Your question doesn't make sense unless this helps : (x,y) there called the coordinates

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They are called the coordinates. More specifically, the one measuring the distance in the horizontal direction is the abscissa, the one in the vertical direction is the ordinate.

what does the second number in the ordered pair tell you?THE 3 TELLS ME HOW FAR TO MOVE UP & DOWN. THIS VERTICAL LINE IS THE Y-AXIS. YOU MARK A LITTLE CIRCLE, CALLED A POINT, WHERE THE X-AXIS & Y-AXIS CROSS. WHEN PLOTTING A COORDINATE ON A GRID DO YOU START WITH THE HORIZONTAL LINE FIRST

A coordinate grid is made of up a horizontal X-axis and a vertical Y-axis. One uses the numbers along each axis to plot points. Points are listed as coordinates in an (X, Y) format. To graph a point on a coordinate grid you need to mark the point at which the X value and Y value intersect. For example, if you had a given point of (2, 5), you would find the line corresponding to 2 on the X-axis and you would find the line corresponding to 5 on the Y-axis. Wherever these two lines cross on the coordinate grid, you make a point. Simple as that!

Translation refers to moving a shape from one location (on a coordinate grid) to another such that the size and orientation of the shape does not change.

Two fourth which is also called one half

The coordinate grid consists of a pair of axes that intersect at a point called the origin. These are usually at right angles to one another, with one axes going horizontally. from left to right, and the other going vertically, from bottom to top. The first value in the ordered pair determines how far to the right of the origin the point should be and the second determines how far up the grid it should be. Negative values simply indicate that the distances should be measured in the opposite direction(s).

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