# Move Points On A Coordinate Plane Worksheet

Coordinate Plane
6.NS.C.8

Total questions - 8

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For example: Point A is located at (2,-3). You move it left 5 units and up 4 units to plot B. What are the coordinates of B?

Solution:

Moving left 5 units decreases the x-value by 5.
Moving up 4 units increases the y-value by 4.
x-coordinate of point B: 2 - 5 = -3
y-coordinate of point B: -3 + 4 = 1
Therefore, the coordinates of point B are (-3,1).

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Coordinate Plane
6.NS.C.8

In grade 6 Coordinate Plane, understanding of moving points on a coordinate plane is an important concept to learn and to understand how the point will move, if given a condition of moving in one or two directions. Below “Move Points on a Coordinate Plane Worksheet” can help students to learn the concept. This work sheet  include questions that require students to apply the concept of moving points on the coordinate plane. For example, a problem may ask students to move a point (2, 3) four units to the right and two units up, and then identify the new coordinates of the point.

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