# Plotting Points in Quadrant I

## Plotting Points in All Quadrants - How it Works - Video

### Example 1 Example 1:

When plotting points, we should remember that we walk before we fly. So we always use the x-axis (the walk part) first then the y-axis (the fly part) second. So for the point (4, 3) we walk 4 paces to right then we fly 3 spaces up.

### Example 2 Example 2:

When plotting points, we should remember that we walk before we fly. So we always use the x-axis (the walk part) first then the y-axis (the fly part) second. So for the point (0, 5) we do not walk anywhere because the first number is 0, then we fly 5 spaces up.

### Example 3 Example 3:

When plotting points, we should remember that we walk before we fly. So we always use the x-axis (the walk part) first then the y-axis (the fly part) second. So for the point (5, 0) we walk 5 paces to the right then we don't fly anywhere because the second number is 0.

### Example 4 Example 4:

When plotting points, we should remember that we walk before we fly. So we always use the x-axis (the walk part) first then the y-axis (the fly part) second. So for the point (0, 0) we don't walk anywhere because the first number is 0 and we don't fly anywhere because the second number is 0.

### Example 5 Example 5:

When plotting points, we should remember that we walk before we fly. So we always use the x-axis (the walk part) first then the y-axis (the fly part) second. So for the point (3, 1) we walk 3 paces to the right then we fly 1 space up.

## Live Worksheet

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