As we have already learned, Coordinate System has two axes and, therefore, any value defined by this coordinate system must include two values. These two values are called "ordered pairs".

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As we have already learned, Coordinate System has two axes and, therefore, any value defined by this coordinate system must include two values. These two values are called "ordered pairs".

**An ordered pair is a pair of numbers that "belong" to a function.**

An ordered pair is generally represented in parentheses $(X, Y)$ where the value on the left within the parentheses $X$ represents the solution, while the value on the right within the parentheses $Y$ represents the function value, that is, the result.

- When the function is represented by an equation, then $X$ is the value placed in the equation, while $Y$ is the result obtained.
- When the function is represented through a graph, each point on the graph is essentially an ordered pair. That is, if we move vertically from the point to the $X$ axis (the axis runs from left to right), we obtain the value on the left within the parentheses. Conversely, if we move from the point vertically to the $Y$ axis (the axis that goes from bottom to top), we obtain the correct value within the parentheses.

An ordered pair represents virtually all the points on the function graph

Question 1

Which point is marked on the graph?

Question 2

Which point is marked on the map?

Question 3

Choose the appropriate drawing where the dots appear:

\( (-5,1),\lparen7,0),(-4,-1) \)

Question 4

Choose the appropriate drawing where the dots appear:

\( (1,3),\lparen2,5),(3,3) \)

Question 5

Choose the appropriate drawing where the dots appear:

\( (1,0),\lparen-2,-2),(-5,4) \)

Which point is marked on the graph?

$(6,1)$

Which point is marked on the map?

$(5,3)$

Choose the appropriate drawing where the dots appear:

$(-5,1),\lparen7,0),(-4,-1)$

Choose the appropriate drawing where the dots appear:

$(1,3),\lparen2,5),(3,3)$

Choose the appropriate drawing where the dots appear:

$(1,0),\lparen-2,-2),(-5,4)$

Question 1

Choose the appropriate drawing where the dots appear:

\( (6,6),\lparen-3,0) \)

Question 2

Choose the figure that shows the following points:

\( (2,0),(2,4),(6,-2) \)

Question 3

Choose the figure that shows the following points:

\( (2,-2),(-4,0),(0,3) \)

Question 4

Which figure shows the following points?

\( (-4,4),(-2,2),(-4,-2) \)

Choose the appropriate drawing where the dots appear:

$(6,6),\lparen-3,0)$