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Lesson 1-6 and 1-7 Ordered Pairs and Scatter Plots

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I Can… Use ordered pairs to locate points. Use tables and graphs to represent relations. Construct scatter plots Interpret scatter plots

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Ordered Pairs (Coordinate System) In mathematics, a COORDINATE SYSTEM is used to locate points. The coordinate system is formed by the intersection of two number lines that meet at right angles at their zero points.

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Coordinate System The horizontal number line is called the X-AXIS The coordinate system is also called the COORDINATE PLANE The vertical number line is called the Y-AXIS The ORIGIN is at (0,0) the point at which the number lines intersect. X Y Quadrant I (+,+) Quadrant II (-,+) Quadrant III (-,-) Quadrant IV (+,-)

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Ordered Pair An ordered pair of numbers is used to locate any point on a coordinate plane. The first number is called the x-coordinate. The second number is called the y-coordinate. (3,2)(3,2) The y-coordinate corresponds to a number on the Y-AXIS The x-coordinate corresponds to a number on the X-AXIS

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Ordered Pairs To graph an ordered pair, draw a dot at the point that corresponds to the ordered pair. The coordinates are your directions to locate the point.

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Example 1: Graph Ordered Pairs (2,3) Step 1Start at the origin Step 2Since the x-coordinate is 2, move 2 units to the right. Step 3Since the y-coordinate is 3, move 3 units up. Draw a dot. M

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Example 2: Identify Ordered Pairs Write the ordered pair that names the point M. Step 1Start at the origin Step 2Move right on the x-axis to find the x-coordinate of point M, which is 3. Step 3Move up the y-axis to find the y-coordinate, which is 2 M

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Relations A set of ordered pairs such as {(1,2), (2,4), (3,0), (4,5)} is a relation. The DOMAIN of the relation is the set of x-coordinates. The RANGE of the relation is the set of y-coordinates. {(1,2), (2,4), (3,0), (4,5)}

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Relations A relation can be shown in several ways. Ordered PairsTableGraph (1,2) (2,4) (3,0) (4,5) XY

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Scatter Plots A scatter plot is a graph that shows the relationship between two sets of data. In a scatter plot two sets of data are graphed as ordered pairs on a coordinate system.

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Why do we use scatterplots? Scatterplots allows us to SEE the relationship between two sets of data. Point 1= (5, 10)

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Scatterplot and Relationships Scatterplots can show us three types of relationships between our variables 1. POSITIVE 2. NEGATIVE 3. NO RELATIONSHIP ?? “think up” “think down”

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Positive Relationships Shows a shape going UP the graph. The plots are going up the graph, showing us that when one variable increases, the other does also. “As Variable 1 increases, Variable 2 increases”

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Negative Relationships Shows a shape going DOWN the graph. The plots are going down the graph, showing us that as one variable on the x-axis increases, the variable on the y-axis decreases. “As Variable 1 increases, Variable 2 decreases”

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No Relationship The plots are scattered all over the graph, showing us that there is no obvious pattern or relationship between the two variables. ??

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Scatterplot Practice Positive, Negative, or No Relationship

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Predict… Age of car and value of car

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Predict… Birth month and birth weight

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Predict… Hours of studying and test scores on Friday’s test

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