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Thinking Visually

• An axis is the scale which measures the distance along one dimension, either width, height, or depth.

• The origin is the point where the axes of a system intersect.

• A horizontal axis measures horizontal distance from the origin on a plane. It is usually designated by x and is referred to

as the x-axis.

• A vertical axis measures vertical distance from the origin on a plane. It is usually designated by y and is referred to as the

y-axis.

• A plane is a level surface usually considered to have width and height but no depth. A plane is created whenever two axes

intersect.

• A point is a specific location with no width, height, or depth on a surface. Its designation and location are given by the

ordered pair (x,y) which gives the measurements for both its horizontal and its vertical location from the origin on the plane.

• Plotting a point is the process of locating a point on an axis system.

• A line is the straight path that passes through and beyond two specific points.

• A circle is a completely symmetrical figure which is composed of all the points a fixed distance from a specific point.

an x-axis and an y-axis. The distance is measured from the

origin.

describe its location as x units from the origin horizontally

and then y units vertically.

horizontally 5 units to the right of the origin and vertically 2

units above the origin.

You can also graph a line. Each line has a graph which

describes its unique path across the axis system.

In this example, a circle is shown. It will have an equation

that uniquely describes its size and location on the surface.

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