1.
What is the pair of coordinates for the blue star?
Correct Answer
C. (-4, 5)
Explanation
The pair of coordinates for the blue star is (-4, 5). This means that the blue star is located at the point (-4, 5) on a coordinate plane. The first number represents the x-coordinate, which is -4, and the second number represents the y-coordinate, which is 5.
2.
What is the pair of coordinates for the star?
Correct Answer
B. (4, 1)
Explanation
The pair of coordinates (4, 1) corresponds to the location of the star. The first number represents the x-coordinate, which tells us the horizontal position of the star on the graph. In this case, the star is located at x = 4. The second number represents the y-coordinate, which tells us the vertical position of the star on the graph. In this case, the star is located at y = 1. Therefore, the correct pair of coordinates for the star is (4, 1).
3.
What are the coordinates for the star?
Correct Answer
D. (-3,-4)
Explanation
The coordinates (-3,-4) represent the location of the star. The first coordinate, -3, represents the position on the x-axis, indicating that the star is 3 units to the left of the origin. The second coordinate, -4, represents the position on the y-axis, indicating that the star is 4 units below the origin. Therefore, the correct answer is (-3,-4).
4.
What would the pair of coordinates be if the red smiley face moved down 3 squares, and right 7 squares?
Correct Answer
B. (1, 3)
Explanation
The correct answer is (1, 3) because if the red smiley face moves down 3 squares from its starting position, the y-coordinate decreases by 3. If it then moves right 7 squares, the x-coordinate increases by 7. Therefore, the final coordinates would be (1, 3).
5.
The length of each square represents 1 mile.
The black smiley face travels 8 miles north, 5 miles east, and 6 miles south.
What would be the pair of coordinates that would show the final destination?
Correct Answer
A. (2, -4)
Explanation
The black smiley face starts at the origin (0,0) and travels 8 miles north, which means it moves 8 units up on the y-axis. Then, it travels 5 miles east, which means it moves 5 units to the right on the x-axis. Finally, it travels 6 miles south, which means it moves 6 units down on the y-axis. Therefore, the final destination would be at the coordinates (5,-8). However, none of the given answer choices match this coordinate. Therefore, the correct answer is not available.
6.
The red smiley face travels 9 miles towards the quadrent the star is in. It then travels 10 miles south and 1 mile west.
What is the pair of coordinates for the smiley face's final destination?
Correct Answer
C. (2, -4)
Explanation
The red smiley face starts by traveling 9 miles towards the quadrant the star is in. This means it moves 9 units in the positive x-direction. Then, it travels 10 miles south, meaning it moves 10 units in the negative y-direction. Finally, it moves 1 mile west, which is 1 unit in the negative x-direction.
Combining these movements, we can determine that the final destination of the smiley face is 2 units to the left (negative x) and 4 units down (negative y) from its starting position. Therefore, the correct pair of coordinates for the smiley face's final destination is (2, -4).