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1300_section2o1_after - Example 4: Graph the lines y = 2...

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Math 1300 Section 2.1 Notes 1 The Coordinate Plane: Plotting: When plotting ( a, b ) on a graph, go in ‘alphabetical’ order. Go a units in the x -direction (horizontally) first, then in go b units the y -direction (vertically):
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Math 1300 Section 2.1 Notes 2 Example 1: Give the coordinates of the points shown in the figure. Example 2: Plot the points (-3, 2), (1, -2), and (2, 0):
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Math 1300 Section 2.1 Notes 3 Example 3: Plot the points (0, 3), (2, 1.5), (1, -2), and (-3, -2). Graphing Horizontal and Vertical Lines:
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Unformatted text preview: Example 4: Graph the lines y = 2 and y = -1. Math 1300 Section 2.1 Notes 4 Example 5: Graph the lines x = 1.5 and x = -2. Example 6: What are the equations of the given lines? Math 1300 Section 2.1 Notes 5 Exercises 1) Plot the points: A(4,5) , B(2,-5), C(-2,3) , D(-4,-2), E(3,0) , F(0,3), G(-4,0) , H(0,-4), K(1,4) 2) Label the coordinates of the plotted points: A Math 1300 Section 2.1 Notes 6 3) Graph the lines 4 = y and 2-= y . 4) Graph the lines 3-= x and 2 = x ....
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1300_section2o1_after - Example 4: Graph the lines y = 2...

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