Point on the Coordinate Plane

by Baby Girl
(Philippines)

Question
Where is the point (-4, 1/2) located in the coordinate plane?

Answer
The coordinates of a point is expressed in the form of (x,y), where x is the x-coordinate and y is the y-coordinate of the point.

Now, we are given (-4, 1/2). Since 1/2 is the same as 0.5, the coordinates of the point is (-4, 0.5). The picture below shows the location of the point on the plane:

Point with the coordinates (-4,0.5)

You can watch the math videos on the basics of the Coordinate Plane below:
  1. The Coordinate Plane
  1. Coordinates of a Point

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where is the point (-2.5,2) on the cordnite plane

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