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Cartesian Coordinates

Cartesian coordinates and planes form part of the Level 6 (Year/Grade 6) curriculum in Australia. It is often one of those topics that we look at and think 'Hmmmm... I am going to need to look that up!'. Put simply, a Cartesian plane is formed when two number lines cross (dividing the plane into 4 quadrants). You are then able to give coordinates in relatation to a scale (or position) on the x and y axis. Included are a series of tasks designed to build student’s understanding and problem…

Introduction to Cartesian Coordinate Systems

Find out how Cartesian or orthogonal coordinates work in two and three dimensions and how to use them when drawing graphs or reading maps

Before winter break I introduced the Coordinate Plane to my Algebra class.  Let's just say working with a number line was challenging enough...

Before winter break I introduced the Coordinate Plane to my Algebra class. Let's just say working with a number line was challenging enough for a few of my students but now we combined two number lines together to form a Coordinate Plane was pretty unheard of by some of them. Trying to explain this to a few of them resulted in me getting looks like I had grew horns and shot fire out of my mouth. We pushed through and in the end I became Ms. O again. Students were given a double sided page…

How to generate a simple cartesian plane system?

I need to make a cartesian plane for plotting the straight line joining the points (-3,1) and (6,-2). This is a very simple cartesian plane plotting. When I looked at the manual for tikz the graphi...

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This activity helps students practice plotting points in the cartesian plane. You can give your students the coordinates and a brand new 40 by 40 grid, so they can plot the points in the order given and join them with line segments. When they finish the activity a Iron Man image should display as shown in the picture.

This activity helps students practice plotting points in the cartesian plane. You can give your students the coordinates and a brand new 40 by 40 grid, so they can plot the points in the order given and join them with line segments. When they finish the activity a Iron Man image should display as shown in the picture.