# Describing the position of a point and translating it across 2 quadrants using coordinates

# Describing the position of a point and translating it across 2 quadrants using coordinates

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### Key learning points

- In this lesson, we will extend the x axis so that we can investigate coordinates within the quadrants with positive and negative x values..

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### 5 Questions

Q1.

What are coordinates?

2d shapes

One number that identifies the position on a grid

Three numbers that identify the position on a grid

Q2.

When writing coordinates of a point we always right it as..

(x,x)

(y,x)

(y,y)

Q3.

Which of the following coordinates is the highest?

(0,1)

(0,5)

(9,3)

Q4.

Which of the following coordinates is the lowest?

(0,1)

(0,2)

(1,1)

Q5.

When the coordinates (3,5) are translated four right and two down what is the new coordinate?

(3,7)

(5,3)

(7,5)

### 5 Questions

Q1.

Which of the following statements is true?

Only the y coordinates can be negative

The coordinates on the x axis can never be negative

The coordinates on the x axis can only be positive

Q2.

If a coordinate of (0,0) is translated one space to the left what will the new translated coordinate be?

(0,-1)

(0,1)

(1,0)

Q3.

Which of the following coordinates is the furthest to the left?

(-3,4)

(0,4)

(5,9)

Q4.

If I translated the point (-6,2) eleven left, what would the new coordinate be?

(-17,-6)

(-6,13)

(11,-6)

Q5.

If a square has the coordinates (-2,1), (-2,2) and (-1,1) what would the final coordinate be?

(-2,-2)

(-3,1)

(-3,2)