# LESSON 6 HOMEWORK 5.5 EUREKA MATH

### LESSON 6 HOMEWORK 5.5 EUREKA MATH

And we are done. I’ll do it in orange. That’ll be my x-axis. And then one last one. You can use the free Mathway calculator and problem solver below to practice Algebra or other math topics. I’ll do it lowercase case a in parentheses to differentiate it from this uppercase A. Let’s plot these points.

Point C is 3 comma 3. So you go all the way up to 5. So it’s the point 5 comma and y is going to be equal to 6. And they call this the fourth quadrant. And then it’s going to have to be on the same horizontal as this point.

Negative 4, negative 4.

Now let’s do a slightly more involved problem. And then it’s going to have to be on the same horizontal as this point.

So you go all the way up to 5. Let’s start with coordinates and figure out where those points are.

## Combine Shapes

So we can already see the bottom of our rectangle that they’re talking about, right there. So that is our point D.

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And we are done. So it’s right above it. That’s just the convention we use. Well, the point is going to have to be on the same vertical as this point.

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So that’s x equals 1, 2, 3, 4. Math Basic geometry Coordinate plane Coordinate plane: You can use the free Mathway calculator and problem solver below to practice Algebra or other math topics. And notice, both of these have the exact same y. We’ll figure eurwka out first, but you always have to write it second.

And eurreka just say, OK, I see. The x-coordinate is 2. These are in the third, second, first. They call this the third quadrant. And it’s at y is equal to 3. Identify each polygon labeled in the nath as precisely as possible in the space below. It’s going to have to be on the same vertical as this point, which means it’s going to have the same x value as this point.

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Then we’ll do one more problem. Now let’s go the other way.

A quadrilateral with 4 square corners. This is y is equal to negative 1, negative 2, negative 3, negative 4.

Right to the left of point C. Now we have to figure out the last point here. And y is negative 4.

# Combine Shapes (solutions, examples, worksheets, lesson plans, videos)

So we drop down 4 right there. The y-coordinate is hpmework. And first we’re going to just look at some points that are already plotted and figure out their coordinates.