Plotting in Graph
Plotting points in coordinate plane
Plotting points are the process of locating a point whose coordinates are given. The plotting of points can be done on graph paper.
Suppose we have to plot points A(4, 4), B(4, 5), C(2, 4) and D(5, 3). The points A(4, 4) lies in the 1^{st} quadrant. To plot this point count 4 units along OX to the right side of 0 and then count 4 units upward and mark the point thus obtained as shown in the figure and then write A(4, 4) near it. The point B(4, 5) lies in the 2^{nd} quadrant. Count 4 units from origin along OX' to the left of O and then count 5 unit upward.
Marks the point thus obtained as shown in the figure and then write B(4, 5) near it. The point C(2, 4) line x origin n the third quadrant. Count 2 units from origin O along OX' to the left of O and then 4 units downward. Mark the point thus obtained as shown in the figure and write C(2, 4) near it. The point D(5, 3) lies in the 4^{th} quadrant. Count 5 unit from origin O along OX to the right of O and then 3 units downward. Mark the point so obtained as shown in the figures.
 Plotting points are the process of locating a point whose coordinates are given.
 The plotting of points can be done on graph paper.

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