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11.17: Integer Translations, Paths Between Points

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x-axis

The x-axis is the horizontal axis in the coordinate plane, commonly representing the value of the input or independent variable.

y axis

The y-axis is the vertical number line of the Cartesian plane.

Coordinates

The coordinates of a point represent the point's location on the Cartesian plane. Coordinates are written in ordered pairs: (x, y).

Latitude

Latitude is a coordinate that specifies the north-south location of a point on the Earth's surface.

Longitude

Longitude is a coordinate that specifies the east-west location of a point on the Earth's surface.

Ordered Pair

An ordered pair, (x, y), describes the location of a point on a coordinate grid.

Origin

The origin is the point of intersection of the x and y axes on the Cartesian plane. The coordinates of the origin are (0, 0).

Quadrants

A quadrant is one-fourth of the coordinate plane. The four quadrants are numbered using Roman Numerals I, II, III, and IV, starting in the top-right, and increasing counter-clockwise.

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