So we drop down here into the fourth quadrant. So we go x is negative 4. When we looked up at this stuff over here, these points are in the fourth quadrant. It’s going to have to be on the same horizontal as that point. I’ll do it lowercase case a in parentheses to differentiate it from this uppercase A.

So it’s at 4 comma 2. So we can already see the bottom of our rectangle that they’re talking about, right there. It’s in the first quadrant. It’s 3, negative 4. It is 5 to the left. Try the given examples, or type in your own problem and check your answer with the step-by-step explanations. Rearrange your tangram pieces to make at least 6 other polygons!

And that is our point A. So its x value is going to be negative 4.

Let’s plot these points. Let me switch colors. It’s 1, 2, 3.


And you’re still going to get to the same point. So it’s going to have to have the same y value at the same height above the x-axis. To log in and use all the features of Khan Academy, please enable JavaScript in your browser.


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Let’s do the next one. Use the square and the two smallest triangles to make the following polygons. You just drop down. If y is positive, but x is negative, you’re in the second. If they’re both positive, you’re in the first. That’s the d with parentheses.

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A quadrilateral with 4 square corners. And we’ll talk a little bit about that as we plot these points. Please submit your feedback or enquiries via our Feedback page. I think you’re getting the hang of this.

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So let’s figure out what are the coordinates of these points? Well, the point is going to have to be on the same vertical as this point. So hopefully that gives you a good sense of how to figure out coordinates.

E, let’s do the y-coordinate. A triangle with 1 square corner. Plotting a point ordered pair. Now let’s do eurea slightly more involved problem.


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Video transcript What we’re going to do in this video is, through a bunch of examples, familiarize ourselves with the x,y-coordinate plane. That is the point B. So you have this first one. Draw them in the space provided.

And the y-coordinate is negative 6. So it says the following 3 points are 3 vertices of square A, B, C, D.

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Then we’re going to look at some coordinates and figure out where those points are. So we drop down here into the fourth quadrant. The x-coordinate is 3. Finding the point not graphed. Then c, 4 negative 4. Just an homewwork thing to know.