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Without graphing, visualize the location of each point. Then give its location by quadrant or $x$ - or $$(0,0)$$

(0,0)

Algebra

Chapter 3

Graphs and Functions

Section 1

Graphing Equations

Functions

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The point we're looking at in this problem is the 0.0.0 and we're trying to determine which quadrant or access this point lines on. Whenever you have one of your coordinates. Either the X are the why that zero You can already determined that it is not lying. And in quadrant instead, it is like in an axis, even X axis are the Y axis. Now, the 0.0 is a little different, though, than any other point because 0.0 does not, for the exit does not go rotter lift. And for the why it does not go up or down, it actually lies right in the middle of the graph. And we call this point the origin. This is the central point and this is the point from which all other points are counted from

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