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Describe applications of the Cartesian coordinate system to plot a real-world situation.

• Describe applications of the Cartesian coordinate system to plot a real-world situation. In your description, indicate the characteristics of each coordinate, and a point in terms of specific x and y coordinates.
• Explain what the author means by “fickle picker” to help determine if a set of ordered pairs represents a function and how it can be used to identify a function. Provide an example.
• Explain whether it matters or does not matter which values you pick for x when you graph a line by plotting points. Explain your reasoning.

• Compile a list of five most practical concepts from all the textbook chapters that you believe would be important to a student planning a career that heavily relies on math.
• Make a list of 25 professions that rely on math.
• Identify and discuss three key principles learned in the course.
• Discuss how each of these principles can help you in your current or future life circumstances.

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Cartesian Coordinate Systems
A location in space is required to be determined as part of our daily existence. Whether it
be moving from one place to another, grabbing an article that is on the top...

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