Today s Objective I will use ordered pairs to name points

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Lesson 14 Ordered Pairs notebook January 31 2014,Who will get the. treasure first,Why do you think so,Lesson 14 Ordered Pairs notebook January 31 2014. Lesson 14 Ordered Pairs,Example 1 The Order in Ordered Pairs. The first number of an ordered pair is called the, The second number of an ordered pair is called the. Lesson 14 Ordered Pairs notebook January 31 2014, For Exercises 1 and 2 the first coordinates of the ordered pairs.
represent the numbers on the line labeled x and the second. coordinates represent the numbers on the line labeled y. 1 Name the letter from the grid on the right that, corresponds with each ordered pair of numbers below. Lesson 14 Ordered Pairs notebook January 31 2014, 2 List the ordered pair of numbers that corresponds with each. letter from the grid below,Lesson 14 Ordered Pairs notebook January 31 2014. Lesson Summary, The order of numbers in an ordered pair is important. because the ordered pair should describe one location in the. coordinate plane, The first number called the first coordinate describes a.
location using the horizontal direction,The second number called the second coordinate. describes a location using the vertical direction,Lesson 14 Ordered Pairs notebook January 31 2014. Exit Ticket, 1 On the map below the fire department and the hospital have. one matching coordinate Determine the proper order of the. ordered pairs in the map and write the correct ordered pairs for. the locations of the fire department and hospital Indicate which. of their coordinates are the same, 2 On the map above locate and label the locations of each. description below, a The local bank has the same first coordinate as the Fire.
Department but its second coordinate is half of the fire. department s second coordinate What ordered pair describes. the location of the bank Locate and label the bank on the. map using point B, b The Village Police Department has the same second. coordinate as the bank but its first coordinate is 2 What. ordered pair describes the location of the Village Police. Department Locate and label the Village Police Department. on the map using point P,Lesson 14 Ordered Pairs notebook January 31 2014. Problem Set, 1 Use the set of ordered pairs below to answer each. 4 20 8 4 2 3 15 3 6 15 6 30 1 5 6 18 0 3,a Write the ordered pair s whose first and second. coordinate have a greatest common factor of 3, b Write the ordered pair s whose first coordinate is a factor.
of its second coordinate, c Write the ordered pair s whose second coordinate is a. prime number, 2 Write ordered pairs that represent the location of points. A B C and D where the first coordinate represents the. horizontal direction and the second coordinate represents. the vertical direction,3 Extension, Write ordered pairs of integers that satisfy the criteria in each. part below Remember that the origin is the point whose. coordinates are 0 0 When possible give ordered pairs. such that i both coordinates are positive ii both, coordinates are negative and iii the coordinates have. opposite signs in either order, a These points vertical distance from the origin is twice their.
horizontal distance, b These points horizontal distance from the origin is two. units more than the vertical distance, c These points horizontal and vertical distances from the. origin are equal but only one coordinate is positive. Lesson 14 Ordered Pairs notebook 6 January 31 2014 Lesson Summary The order of numbers in an ordered pair is important because the ordered pair should describe one location in the coordinate plane The first number called the first coordinate describes a location using the horizontal direction

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