Graphing Points in the First Quadrant (Grade 5)

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Graphing Points in the First Quadrant

1. 
When finding a symbol on a coordinate plane, which number comes first?
  1. y-axis
  2. x-axis
 
2. 
What is the second number when finding a symbol on a coordinate plane?
  1. x-axis
  2. y-axis
3. 
What is the point (0,0) on the coordinate graph called?
  1. quadrant
  2. x-axis
  3. origin
  4. y-axis
 
4. 
Numbers used to locate a point in the coordinate system.
  1. Quadrant
  2. Ordered Pair
  3. Origin
  4. Coordinate System
5. 
What is the x-coordinate?
  1. The point at which the x and y axes cross (0,0)
  2. The second value in an ordered pair that describes the vertical location of a point
  3. The first value in an ordered pair that describes the horizontal location of a point
 
6. 
What is the value of the y-coordinate for the point shown on the coordinate plane?
Graph 10X10 Quadrant 1 (3, 7)
  1. 3
  2. 4
  3. 7
  4. 8
7. 
Which coordinate plane has a point plotted on the x-axis?
  1. Graph 10X10 Quadrant 1 (5, 0)
  2. Graph 10X10 Quadrant 1 (0, 5)
 
8. 
Which coordinate plane shows the point (7, 3)?
  1. Graph 10X10 Quadrant 1 (3, 7)
  2. Graph 10X10 Quadrant 1 (7, 3)
9. 
Which statement is true for the point shown on the coordinate plane?
Graph 10X10 Quadrant 1 (7, 3)
  1. the point is located at the origin
  2. the y-coordinate is greater than the x-coordinate
  3. the x-coordinate is greater than the y-coordinate
  4. the x-coordinate and the y-coordinate are the same
 
10. 
Which coordinate plane shows a point plotted on the y-axis?
  1. Graph 10X10 Quadrant 1 (3, 7)
  2. Graph 10X10 Quadrant 1 (5, 0)
  3. Graph 10X10 Quadrant 1 (7, 3)
  4. Graph 10X10 Quadrant 1 (0, 5)

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