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Chapter 2 Thinking Like an Economist

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Question;10. The x-coordinate of an ordered pair specifies the;a.;diagonal;location of the point.;b.;vertical;location of the point.;c.;horizontal;location of the point.;d.;quadrant;location in which the point is located.;11. The first number in any ordered pair is;a.;the;x-coordinate.;b.;the;y-coordinate.;c.;the;vertical location of the point.;d.;the;slope.;12. The y-coordinate is the;a.;first;number of an ordered pair and represents the point's horizontal location.;b.;second;number of an ordered pair and represents the point's horizontal location.;c.;first;number of an ordered pair and represents the point's vertical location.;d.;second;number of an ordered pair and represents the point's vertical location.;13. The y-coordinate of an ordered pair specifies the;a.;diagonal;location of the point.;b.;vertical;location of the point.;c.;horizontal;location of the point.;d.;quadrant;location in which the point is located.;14. The second number in any ordered pair is;a.;the;x-coordinate.;b.;the;y-coordinate.;c.;the;horizontal location of the point.;d.;the;slope.;15. In the ordered pair (17, 75), 17 is the;a.;vertical;location of the point.;b.;the;slope.;c.;the;x-coordinate.;d.;the;y-coordinate.;16. In the ordered pair (17, 75), 75 is the;a.;horizontal;location of the point.;b.;the;slope.;c.;the;x-coordinate.;d.;the;y-coordinate.;17. The point where both x and y are zero is known as the;a.;origin.;b.;null.;c.;zero;coordinate.;d.;center.;18. The ordered pair that represents the origin on a graph is;a.;(1, 1).;b.;(0, 0).;c.;(-1;-1).;d.

 

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