Their first coordinates are positive and their second coordinates are negative.
Usually the first of the two numbers that comprise the ordered pair. However, in the case of a displacement-time graph, the first is usually the t-coordinate (time) and the x-coordinate is the second (displacement).
The answer is 'graph'
It is a bar chart.
A graph that shows continuous data is a graph that goes diagonally straight without and ups or downs, and it is a constant rate/ has the same amount between each coordinate as it goes up/down each time!
architects use coordinate planes to graph where they want the rooms to be
a two coordinate graph is a graph
They are used to map points on a graph and are used to make real maps as well as graph probabilities and distances.
no, coordinate graph is a graph made on a coordinate plane i.e xy-plane
A Coordinate Graph is a graph which has a x and y axis for you to plot
A scatter graph, also known as a coordinate graph, a coordinate plot, or a scatter plot, is a graph with coordinates.
how can you draw a coordinate graph using feet and meters
coordinate planes, intercepts, #'s, ordered pairs..etc.
The teacher ask me to say the steps to do a coordinate graph.
graph with data plotted with coordinates
on a coordinate plane, you have a graph. the graph is spilt into 4 intervals. for example if you get a number like (4,3) then you move to the right four and go up 3. if its a negative number like (-4,-3) then you move to the left four and go down three. :)