In this video the author shows how to plot a point on the coordinate plane. He explains about the coordinate plane and shows how to read and write points to it with an example. He says that any point on the coordinate plane has an x, y coordinate values. He says that for any point its projection on the xaxis is its xcoordinate and the points projection on yaxis is its ycoordinate. He shows how to find this out for a sample value and plots the coordinates of it. In this video the author uses a coordinate mapping tool and clearly demonstrates how to map points on coordinate plane.
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