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How can we use absolute value to find the distance between points F (-8,-4) and G (3,-4)?PowerPoint Presentation

How can we use absolute value to find the distance between points F (-8,-4) and G (3,-4)?

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How can we use absolute value to find the distance between points F (-8,-4) and G (3,-4)?

In this lesson you points F (-8,-4) and G (3,-4)?will learn to find the distance between two points that are in different quadrants by using a coordinate plane.

Begin by moving along the y-axis first, and then along the x-axis when finding an ordered pair.

(6,4)

Returning to the origin after plotting the x value, and then moving on the y-axis.

(6,4)

In this lesson moving on the y-axis.you have learned to find the distance between two points that are in different quadrants by using a coordinate plane.

What is the distance between the two coordinate pairs moving on the y-axis.

A (2,-3) and B (-6,-3)?

Use absolute value and the coordinate plane to solve the problem.

What is the distance between the two coordinate pairs moving on the y-axis.

C (-5,4) and D (-5,-9)?

Use absolute value and the coordinate plane to solve the problem.

- Distance Challenge: moving on the y-axis.
- 1. Create cards that have an ordered pair on each card. Be sure to use all four quadrants of the coordinate plane.
- 2. Draw to cards. Plot the points on the coordinate plane.
- 3. Find the distance between the two points.

- Dice Challenge: moving on the y-axis.
- 1.You will need one or two dice for this challenge.
- 2.Before you roll, decide if the value will be positive or negative.
- 3. Roll the dice and record the number as the x value. Roll again, but this time record the number as the y-value. Repeat to create a second ordered pair.
- Plot the points and find the distance between them.

Which of the following coordinate pairs has a distance that is 12 units?

a. (-8,-4)

(-8, 5)

b. (-2,-4)

(-3, -4)

c. (-4,-5)

(8, -5)

Which of the following coordinate pairs has a distance of 9 units?

a. (-8,-4)

(-8, 5)

b. (-2,-4)

(-3, -4)

c. (-4,-5)

(8, -5)

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