# Algebra 1 : How to graph an ordered pair

## Example Questions

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### Example Question #11 : Functions And Lines

Find the point that corresponds to the following ordered pair:

Explanation:

In order to get to the point , start at the origin and move left  units, then up  units.

This is point .

### Example Question #12 : Functions And Lines

Find the point that corresponds to the following ordered pair:

Explanation:

in order to get to the point , move right  units and up  units.

This is point .

### Example Question #13 : Functions And Lines

Find the point that corresponds to the following ordered pair:

Explanation:

in order to get to the point , start at the origin and move right  units and up  units.

This is point .

### Example Question #14 : Functions And Lines

Find the point that corresponds to the following ordered pair:

Explanation:

In order to get to th point , start at the origin and move left  units and up  unit.

This is point .

### Example Question #15 : Functions And Lines

Find the point that corresponds to the following ordered pair:

Explanation:

In order to get to point , start at the origin and move left  unit and down  units.

This is point .

### Example Question #16 : Functions And Lines

Find the point that corresponds to the following ordered pair:

Explanation:

in order to get to the point , start at the origin and move right  units and up  units.

This is point .

### Example Question #17 : Functions And Lines

Find the point that corresponds to the following ordered pair:

Explanation:

in order to get to the point , start at the origin and move down  units.

This is point .

### Example Question #11 : How To Graph An Ordered Pair

Which ordered pair is plotted on the following graph

Explanation:

An ordered pair can be looked at like this:

(x-coordinate, y-coordinate)

where the first number represents the x-coordinate and the second number represent the y-coordinate.

The x-coordinate is simply the position on the x-axis.  The y-coordinate is the position on the y-axis.

If we look at a coordinate plane, we can see where the x- and the y-axes are located.

The x-axis is horizontal (going left to right) and the y-axis is vertical (going up and down).

Now, when we graph the ordered pair , we locate  on the x-axis.

In this example, the y-coordinate is . From the current position, we locate  on the y-axis.

This is where we plot the point

### Example Question #11 : How To Graph An Ordered Pair

Find the point that corresponds to the following ordered pair: