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## What is 4 on a coordinate plane?

The 4 indicates that, from the origin, you have traveled four units to the right along the x-axis. This is the x-coordinate, the first number in the ordered pair. From 4 on the x-axis move up to the point and notice the number with which it aligns on the y-axis.

**What quadrant is the point 4 located?**

quadrant IV

The quadrants are labeled with quadrant I (Roman numeral one) being the upper right region, quadrant II (Roman numeral two) being the upper left region, quadrant III (Roman numeral three) being the lower left region, and quadrant IV (Roman numeral four) being the lower right region.

**In which quadrant is the point 0 4?**

Answer. The point ( 0, 4) is located on the y – axis in between in first quadrant on cartesian plane. A Cartesian plane is defined by two perpendicular number lines, x – axis which is horizontal, and y – axis or which is vertical. The point where both perpendicular number line intersect, called origin(0,0).

### Where can I find the 4 per page Cartesian coordinate grid worksheet?

Welcome to The 4 Per Page Cartesian/Coordinate Grids Math Worksheet from the Graph Papers Page at Math-Drills.com. This math worksheet was created on 2017-03-10 and has been viewed 25 times this week and 467 times this month.

**What is coordinate graph paper?**

Coordinate graph paper is entirely similar to a general graph paper either in structure and other means apart from this it has well-defined margin borders helping you in plotting a perfect coordinate graph. C oordinate Plane Graph Paper

**How do you graph points on a coordinate plane?**

While graphing the points on any coordinate plane it is necessary to first of all understand the method as it is only done in the form of x, y. You must know that x axis is always in the horizontal direction that is it goes from left to right and the y axis is in vertical direction means it moves up and down.

#### How can I teach graphing and coordinates to a fourth grader?

Give your fourth grader some practice with graphing and coordinates as she determines each location’s coordinates on this printable. Challenge your fourth grader to help Emma put together a beautiful bouquet by tracking down the coordinates for a bunch of flowers.