ISEE Lower Level Quantitative : Geometry

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Example Questions

Example Question #65 : Draw Polygons In The Coordinate Plane And Solve For Side Lengths: Ccss.Math.Content.6.G.A.3

Select the graph that displays the polygon created using the following coordinates:

Possible Answers:

 

Plot 34

 

Plot 36

 

Plot 35

 

Plot 33

Correct answer:

 

Plot 33

Explanation:

When we are given coordinate points, it's important to know the difference between the x-axis and the y-axis, and which order these points are given. The x-axis is the axis that runs left to right and the y-axis is the axis the runs up and down. When coordinate points are written, the x value goes first, followed by the y value .

Knowing this information, we can plot the points and use straight lines to connect them in a counter-clockwise or clockwise direction. The provided coordinate points should create the following graph:

 

Plot 33

Example Question #81 : Geometry

Select the graph that displays the polygon created using the following coordinates:

Possible Answers:

 

Plot 37

 

Plot 40

 

Plot 39

 

Plot 38

Correct answer:

 

Plot 37

Explanation:

When we are given coordinate points, it's important to know the difference between the x-axis and the y-axis, and which order these points are given. The x-axis is the axis that runs left to right and the y-axis is the axis the runs up and down. When coordinate points are written, the x value goes first, followed by the y value .

Knowing this information, we can plot the points and use straight lines to connect them in a counter-clockwise or clockwise direction. The provided coordinate points should create the following graph:

 

Plot 37

Example Question #81 : Coordinate Geometry

Select the graph that displays the polygon created using the following coordinates:

Possible Answers:

 

Plot 41

 

Plot 44

 

Plot 43

 

Plot 42

Correct answer:

 

Plot 41

Explanation:

When we are given coordinate points, it's important to know the difference between the x-axis and the y-axis, and which order these points are given. The x-axis is the axis that runs left to right and the y-axis is the axis the runs up and down. When coordinate points are written, the x value goes first, followed by the y value .

Knowing this information, we can plot the points and use straight lines to connect them in a counter-clockwise or clockwise direction. The provided coordinate points should create the following graph:

 

Plot 41

Example Question #72 : Draw Polygons In The Coordinate Plane And Solve For Side Lengths: Ccss.Math.Content.6.G.A.3

Select the graph that displays the polygon created using the following coordinates:

Possible Answers:

 

Plot 46

 

Plot 47

 

Plot 48

 

Plot 45

Correct answer:

 

Plot 45

Explanation:

When we are given coordinate points, it's important to know the difference between the x-axis and the y-axis, and which order these points are given. The x-axis is the axis that runs left to right and the y-axis is the axis the runs up and down. When coordinate points are written, the x value goes first, followed by the y value .

Knowing this information, we can plot the points and use straight lines to connect them in a counter-clockwise or clockwise direction. The provided coordinate points should create the following graph:

 

Plot 45

Example Question #72 : How To Find A Rectangle On A Coordinate Plane

Select the graph that displays the polygon created using the following coordinates:

 

Possible Answers:

 

Plot 2

 

Plot 3

 

Plot 1

 

Plot 4

Correct answer:

 

Plot 1

Explanation:

When we are given coordinate points, it's important to know the difference between the x-axis and the y-axis, and which order these points are given. The x-axis is the axis that runs left to right and the y-axis is the axis the runs up and down. When coordinate points are written, the x value goes first, followed by the y value .

Knowing this information, we can plot the points and use straight lines to connect them in a counter-clockwise or clockwise direction. The provided coordinate points should create the following graph:

 

Plot 1

Example Question #82 : Coordinate Geometry

Select the graph that displays the polygon created using the following coordinates:

Possible Answers:

 

Plot 5

 

Plot 8

 

Plot 6

 

Plot 7

Correct answer:

 

Plot 5

Explanation:

When we are given coordinate points, it's important to know the difference between the x-axis and the y-axis, and which order these points are given. The x-axis is the axis that runs left to right and the y-axis is the axis the runs up and down. When coordinate points are written, the x value goes first, followed by the y value .

Knowing this information, we can plot the points and use straight lines to connect them in a counter-clockwise or clockwise direction. The provided coordinate points should create the following graph:

 

Plot 5

Example Question #83 : Coordinate Geometry

Select the graph that displays the polygon created using the following coordinates:

Possible Answers:

 

Plot 12

 

Plot 9

 

Plot 10

 

Plot 11

Correct answer:

 

Plot 9

Explanation:

When we are given coordinate points, it's important to know the difference between the x-axis and the y-axis, and which order these points are given. The x-axis is the axis that runs left to right and the y-axis is the axis the runs up and down. When coordinate points are written, the x value goes first, followed by the y value .

Knowing this information, we can plot the points and use straight lines to connect them in a counter-clockwise or clockwise direction. The provided coordinate points should create the following graph:

 

Plot 9

Example Question #84 : Coordinate Geometry

Select the graph that displays the polygon created using the following coordinates:

Possible Answers:

 

Plot 13

 

Plot 15

 

Plot 16

 

Plot 14

Correct answer:

 

Plot 13

Explanation:

When we are given coordinate points, it's important to know the difference between the x-axis and the y-axis, and which order these points are given. The x-axis is the axis that runs left to right and the y-axis is the axis the runs up and down. When coordinate points are written, the x value goes first, followed by the y value .

Knowing this information, we can plot the points and use straight lines to connect them in a counter-clockwise or clockwise direction. The provided coordinate points should create the following graph:

 

Plot 13

Example Question #85 : Coordinate Geometry

Select the graph that displays the polygon created using the following coordinates:

Possible Answers:

 

Plot 17

 

Plot 20

 

Plot 18

 

Plot 19

Correct answer:

 

Plot 17

Explanation:

When we are given coordinate points, it's important to know the difference between the x-axis and the y-axis, and which order these points are given. The x-axis is the axis that runs left to right and the y-axis is the axis the runs up and down. When coordinate points are written, the x value goes first, followed by the y value .

Knowing this information, we can plot the points and use straight lines to connect them in a counter-clockwise or clockwise direction. The provided coordinate points should create the following graph:

 

Plot 17

Example Question #86 : Coordinate Geometry

Select the graph that displays the polygon created using the following coordinates:

Possible Answers:

 

Plot 24

 

Plot 21

 

Plot 22

 

Plot 23

Correct answer:

 

Plot 21

Explanation:

When we are given coordinate points, it's important to know the difference between the x-axis and the y-axis, and which order these points are given. The x-axis is the axis that runs left to right and the y-axis is the axis the runs up and down. When coordinate points are written, the x value goes first, followed by the y value .

Knowing this information, we can plot the points and use straight lines to connect them in a counter-clockwise or clockwise direction. The provided coordinate points should create the following graph:

 

Plot 21

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