i feel dumb but here it is
What ordered pair is graphed?
First quadrant coordinate grid with a point plotted

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- anonymous

graph??

- anonymous

yea

- anonymous

ok then :/

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- anonymous

:/ i feel ignored

- anonymous

ummm i need help please

- anonymous

ok

- anonymous

thx

- anonymous

YOU NEED TO POST A FREAKING GRAPH

- anonymous

calm down

- anonymous

no one can tell ypu the answer untill we see were the point is plotted

- anonymous

sorry...

- anonymous

lol Don't bully people. @leahh

- dmndlife24

@leahh we don't just tell answers...we lead the user to it :)

- anonymous

i can't get the pic up

- anonymous

how is saying "you need to put a freaking graph up" bullying? ha
well then i cant help you sorry(: goodluck

- anonymous

try youtube or yahoo

- anonymous

thanks...

- anonymous

or calculator

- anonymous

ok

- anonymous

khan academy is a very helpful online tool to use as well.

- phi

put your finger on the origin (where xaxis and y axis cross)
count sideways until you are just under the point. the number you counted is the x number
now count up until you reach the point. that is the y number

- anonymous

|dw:1433970179590:dw| ordered pairs look like this. with an x value and a y value.

- anonymous

i tried khan acanemy but did not help i just guess im stupid

- anonymous

so you find the x and the y numbers and follow the line they are on going up/down or sideways and the point where they collide is the point.

- anonymous

okay

- phi

if that is not clear, try
https://www.khanacademy.org/math/cc-fifth-grade-math/cc-5th-geometry-topic/cc-5th-coordinate-plane/v/graphing-points-exercise

- anonymous

x axis is the one laying flat, y axis is the one straight up.

- anonymous

ok

- anonymous

http://mathbits.com/MathBits/StudentResources/GraphPaper/10x10.gif

- anonymous

mmhmm

- anonymous

well bye

- anonymous

http://mathbits.com/MathBits/StudentResources/GraphPaper/14by14%20axes.jpg

- anonymous

heh thanks guys...and i think gals

- anonymous

welcomes!

- anonymous

did you figure it out?

- anonymous

yeppers

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