Posted by **Dee** on Saturday, May 26, 2007 at 3:41pm.

plot the point with coordinates (-4, 3).

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I'm not really sure what you are asking, but I hope some of this helps:

The horizontal line is the x axis. You have to plot -4 on that axis, because -4 is the x coordinate.

The vertical line is the y axis. Plot 3, the y coordinate, on this axis.

Let me know if that's not so much what you were looking for.

<3brie=)

To add to what brie said, you want to put the dot where the -4,3 meet. So you count to the left 4 then count up 3...and that's where your dot goes.

Matt

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