Study Guides

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Cartesian Plane Help
The Cartesian Plane We’ve already done some work with simple twodimensional (2D) graphs. In this section, we’ll take a closer look at the two most common coordinate systems on which 2D graphs are plotted. They are the ...
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Straight Lines in the Cartesian Plane Help
Introduction to Straight Lines in the Cartesian Plane Graphs of quadratic equations in the Cartesian plane look like parabolas. Here, we’ll take a detailed look at how straight lines are plotted on the basis of linear equations in two ...
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Graphing Practice Test
Review the following concepts if needed: Cartesian Plane Help Straight Lines in the ...
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xyzSpace Help
Introduction to xyzSpace and Vectors in the Cartesian Plane The Cartesian Plane Cartesian threespace, also called rectangular threespace or xyzspace, is defined by three ...
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Straight Lines in Space Help
Introduction to Straight Lines in Space—SymmetricForm Equation and Direction Numbers Straight lines in Cartesian threespace present a more complicated picture than straight lines in the Cartesian coordinate plane. This is because there ...
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Vectors and 3D Practice Test
Review the following concepts if needed: xyzSpace Help Rectangular 3D ...
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The Cartesian Plane Help
Introduction to the Cartesian Plane The Cartesian plane, also called the rectangular coordinate plane or rectangular coordinates, is defined by two number lines that intersect at a right angle. This makes it ...
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Relation versus Function Help
Introduction to Relations and Functions It’s important to know the similarities and differences between two concepts as they pertain to coordinate geometry: the idea of a relation and the idea of a function . A relation ...
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Point Slope and Slope Intercept Help
Introduction to Forms of Linear Equations  Standard and Slope Form Straight lines on the Cartesian plane are represented by a certain type of equation called a linear equation . There are several forms in which a linear equation can ...
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Parabolas and Circles Help
Introduction to Parabolas and Circles The Cartesiancoordinate graph of a quadratic equation is a parabola . In Cartesian coordinates, a quadratic equation looks like this: y = ...
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