pre-test - PREREQUISITE MULTIPLE CHOICE QUIZ 1. An ordered...

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PREREQUISITE MULTIPLE CHOICE QUIZ 1. An ordered pair is a. the process of checking calculations twice before placing them on a graph. b. two numbers that can be represented by a single point on a graph. c. two numbers that are represented by side-by-side points on a graph. d. two points on a graph that are of equal distance from the origin. 2. The ordered pair that represents the origin on a graph is a. (1, 1). b. (0, 0). c. (0, 1). d. (1, 0). 3. The x-coordinate is the a. first number of an ordered pair and represents the point's horizontal location. b. second number of an ordered pair and represents the point's horizontal location. c. first number of an ordered pair and represents the point's vertical location. d. second number of an ordered pair and represents the point's vertical location. 4. The y-coordinate is the a. first number of an ordered pair and represents the point's horizontal location. b. second number of an ordered pair and represents the point's horizontal location. c. first number of an ordered pair and represents the point's vertical location. d. second number of an ordered pair and represents the point's vertical location.
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