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anonymous

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Can someone explain the coordinate notation to me please?

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  1. anonymous
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    As in x and y plane and coordinates?

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    yes

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  5. anonymous
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    What are they talking about when they say like: (x+y)---> (x+a, y+b)

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    (x,y) represents any point in that plane. For example, 0,0 is the center. 1,1 will be to the right and up by one unit. 1,0 will be one unit to the right along the x axis. Etc....!

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    oh ok thanks

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