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Coordinate Graphing 2D
the system of Cartesian coordinates is the most commonly used coordinate system. In two dimensions, this system consists of a pair of lines on a flat surface, or plane, that intersect at right angles. Each of the lines is called an axis and the point at which they intersect is called the origin. The axes are usually drawn horizontally and vertically and are usually referred to as the x and y axes, respectively. In Cartesian coordinates, a point on the plane whose coordinates are (2,3) is 2 units to the right of the y axis and 3 units up from the x axis.
Source: Algebra to Go - A Mathematics Handbook Great Source Education Group - A Houghton Mifflin Company

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