Becoming Familiar with the Coordinate Plane
In this pre-algebra lesson, Juni Mathematics instructor Genesis will be teaching you about the coordinate plane and key terms to know.
Read Genesis' Intro to Coordinate Planes lesson first to understand what coordinate planes are and how to use them. Then, use what you've learned with the warmup questions on this page to practice drawing coordinate planes and mapping points and lines.
Once you've checked your answers below, you can also keep practicing with Genesis' Drills for Segments in a Coordinate Plane (coming soon).
- Draw a coordinate plane that has an x-axis that runs from -6 to 6 and a y-axis that runs from -7 to 7.
- Draw a coordinate plane that has an x-axis that runs from -5 to 5 and a y-axis that also runs from -5 to 5. Then draw a point, A, at the coordinates (-1, 4).
- Draw a coordinate plane that has an x-axis that runs from -3 to 5 and a y-axis that runs from -3 to 5. Then draw a point, B, at the coordinates (3, 2).
- What are the coordinates of the midpoint C on segment AB?
- What are the coordinates of the midpoint O on segment MN?
- Are the points A and B collinear?
- Are the points F and G collinear?
Find solutions and Genesis' tutorial video below!
Watch Instructor Genesis walk through every problem solution.
Juni Instructor Genesis' Tutorial:
- (6, -2)
- (-2, 4)
More Practice for Coordinate Planes
We hope you enjoyed Genesis' Warmup Problems! Continue practicing coordinate planes with the drills below. Or, review key terms and concepts with Genesis' Intro to Coordinate Planes lesson and video.
- Intro: Becoming Familiar with Coordinate Planes
- Drills: Segments in a Coordinate Plane (coming soon)
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We hope you enjoyed Genesis' Lesson on Points, Lines, and Coordinate Planes! This lesson falls under our Pre-Algebra B course curriculum.
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