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1 Lesson 17: Drawing the Coordinate Plane and Points on the Plane Student Outcomes Students draw a coordinate plane on graph paper in two steps: (1) Draw and order the horizontal and vertical axes; (2) Mark the number scale on each axis. Given some points as ordered pairs, students make reasonable choices for scales on both axes, and locate and label the points on graph paper. Classwork Opening Exercise (5 minutes) Instruct students to draw all necessary components of the coordinate plane on the blank grid provided below, placing the origin at the center of the grid and letting each grid line represent 1 unit. Observe students as they complete the task, using their prior experience with the coordinate plane. Opening Exercise Draw all necessary components of the coordinate plane on the blank grid provided below, placing the origin at the center of the grid and letting each grid line represent unit. Date: 4/1/14 160

2 Students and teacher together discuss the need for every coordinate plane to have the following: MP.4 The and axes drawn using a straight edge The horizontal axis labeled The vertical axis labeled Each axis labeled using an appropriate scale as dictated by the problem or set of ordered pairs to be graphed. Students should erase errors and make any necessary changes before proceeding to Example 1. Example 1 (8 minutes): Drawing the Coordinate Plane using a 1:1 Scale Is the size of the coordinate grid that we discussed in the opening exercise sufficient to graph the points given in the set in Example 1? Yes. All and coordinates are between 10 and 10 and both axes on the grid range from 10 to 10. Example 1: Drawing the Coordinate Plane using a 1:1 Scale Locate and label the points,,,,,,,,,,,,, on the grid above.,,,,,,, Can you name a point that could not be located on this grid? Explain. The point 18, 5 could not be located on this grid because 18 is greater than 10 and therefore to the right of 10 on the axis. 10 is the greatest number shown on this grid. Discuss ways in which the point 18, 5 could be graphed without changing the size of the grid. Changing the number of units that each grid line represents would allow us to fit greater numbers on the axes. Changing the number of units per grid line to 2 units would allow a range of 20 to 20 on the axis. Date: 4/1/14 161

3 Example 2 (8 minutes): Drawing the Coordinate Plane Using an Increased Number Scale for One Axis Students increase the number of units represented by each grid line in the coordinate plane in order to graph a given set of ordered pairs. Example 2: Draw the Coordinate Plane Using an Increased Number of Scale for One Axis Draw a coordinate plane on the grid below, then locate and label the following points:,,,,,,,,,,,,,, What is the range of values used as coordinates? How many units should we assign per grid line to show this range of values? Explain. The coordinates range from 4 to 9, all within the range of 10 to 10, so we will assign each grid line to represent 1 unit. What is the range of values used as coordinates? How many units should we assign per grid line to show this range of values? Explain. The coordinates range from 40 to 35. If we let each grid line represent 5 units, then the axis will include the range 50 to 50. Draw and label the coordinate plane then locate and label the set of points. Date: 4/1/14 162

4 Example 3 (8 minutes): Drawing the Coordinate Plane Using a Decreased Number Scale for One Axis Students divide units among multiple grid lines in the coordinate plane in order to graph a given set of ordered pairs. Example 3: Drawing the Coordinate Plane Using a Decreased Number Scale for One Axis Draw a coordinate plane on the grid below, then locate and label the following points:.,,.,,.,,.,,.,.,.,.,.,....., Will either the or coordinates require a change of scale in the plane? Explain. The coordinates range from 0.7 to 0.8 which, if each grid line represented one unit, means the points would all be very close to the axis, and therefore difficult to interpret. How could we change the number of units represented per grid line to better show the points in the given set? Divide 1 unit into tenths so that each grid line represents a tenth of a unit, and the axis then ranges from 1 to 1. Draw and label the coordinate plane then locate and label the set of points. Date: 4/1/14 163

5 Example 4 (8 minutes): Drawing the Coordinate Plane Using a Different Number Scale for Both Axes Students appropriately scale the axes in the coordinate plane in order to graph a given set of ordered pairs. Note that the provided grid is 16 16, with fewer grid lines than the previous examples. Example 4: Drawing a Coordinate Plane Using a Different Number Scale for Both Axes Draw a coordinate plane on the grid below then locate and label the following points:,,,.,,.,,.,,.,,,,.,.,.,,. Determine a scale for the axis that will allow all coordinates to be shown on your grid. The grid is units wide and the coordinates range from to. If I let each grid line represent units, then the axis will range from to. Determine a scale for the axis that will allow all coordinates to be shown on your grid. The grid is units high and the coordinates range from to.. I could let each grid line represent one unit, but if I let each grid line represent of a unit, the points will be easier to graph. Draw and label the coordinate plane then locate and label the set of points. How was this example different than the first three examples in this lesson? The given set of points caused me to change the scales on both axes and the given grid had fewer grid lines. Did these differences affect your decision making as you created the coordinate plane? Explain. Shrinking the scale of the axis allowed me to show a larger range of numbers, but fewer grid lines limited that range. Date: 4/1/14 164

6 Closing (2 minutes) Why is it important to label the axes when setting up a coordinate plane? So that the person viewing the graph knows which axis represents which coordinate and also so they know what scale is being used. If a person does not know the scale being used, they will likely misinterpret the graph. Why shouldn t you draw and label the entire coordinate grid before looking at the points to be graphed? Looking at the range of values in a given set of points allows you to decide whether or not a change of scale is necessary (or desired). If you set a scale before observing the given values, you will likely have to change the scale on your axes. Lesson Summary The axes of the coordinate plane must be drawn using a straight edge and labeled (horizontal axis) and (vertical axis). Before assigning a scale to the axes it is important to assess the range of values found in a set of points, as well as the number of grid lines available. This will allow you to determine if the number of units per grid line should be increased or decreased so that all points can be represented on the coordinate plane that you construct. Exit Ticket (4 minutes) Date: 4/1/14 165

7 Name Date Exit Ticket Determine an appropriate scale for the set of points given below. Draw and label the coordinate plane then locate and label the set of points. 10, 0.225, 0.8, 0, 0.4, 20, 1, 5, 0.8 Date: 4/1/14 166

8 Exit Ticket Sample Solutions Determine an appropriate scale for the set of points given below. Draw and label the coordinate plane, then locate and label the set of points.,.,.,,.,,,,. The coordinates range from to. The grid is units wide. If I let each grid line represent units, then the axis will range from to. The coordinates range from. to. The grid is units high. If I let each grid line represent tenths of a unit, then the axis will range from to.,..,.,..,.,.. Problem Set Sample Solutions 1. Label the coordinate plane then locate and label the set of points below..,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,,...,...,..,......,.,... Date: 4/1/14 167

9 2. Label the coordinate plane then locate and label the set of points below.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Extension: On the back, describe the pattern you see in the coordinates in question 2 and the pattern you see in the points. Are these patterns consistent for other points too? The coordinate for each of the given points is times its coordinate. When I graphed the points, they appear to make a straight line. I checked other ordered pairs with the same pattern, such as,,, and even, and it appears that these points are also in that line. Date: 4/1/14 168

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