Construct a coordinate plane and identify the coordinates of given points.
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Construct a coordinate plane on grid paper.
Determine the location of the shapes on the following coordinate plane and write them as an ordered pair:
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Select the three statements that correctly describe the point plotted on the coordinate plane.
A. The point is located at the ordered pair (4, 6).
B. The point is located at the ordered pair (6, 4).
C. The x-coordinate is 6 and the y-coordinate is 4.
D. The x-coordinate is 4 and the y-coordinate is 6.
E. The point is 4 units to the right of the origin on the x-axis and 6 units up from the origin on the y-axis.
F. The point is 6 units to the right of the origin on the x-axis and 4 units up from the origin on the y-axis.
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On the coordinate plane above, highlight each of the following features with a marker or colored pencil:
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