# Spectrum Math Grade 5 Chapter 10 Lesson 2 Answer Key Ordered Pairs

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## Spectrum Math Grade 5 Chapter 10 Lesson 10.2 Ordered Pairs Answers Key

The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point A on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (3, 2). It is located at 3 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 2 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair. Point 8 is named by the ordered pair (7, 3).

Use Grid 1 to name the point for each ordered pair.

Question 1.
a. (1, 2)
The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point J on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (1,2). It is located at 1 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 2 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

b. (2, 4)
The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point E on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (2,4). It is located at 2 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 4 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

Question 2.
a. (3, 6)
The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point H on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (3,6). It is located at 3 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 6 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

b. (9, 3)
The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point G on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (9,3). It is located at 9 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 3 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

Question 3.
a. (9, 0)
The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point L on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (9,0). It is located at 9 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 0 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

b. (5, 5)
The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point M on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (5,5). It is located at 5 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 5 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

Question 4.
a. (2, 8)
The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point C on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (2,8). It is located at 2 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 8 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

b. (4, 3)
The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point K on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (4,3). It is located at 4 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 3 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

Question 5.
a. (7, 7)
The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point F on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (7,7). It is located at 7 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 7 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

b. (6, 2)
The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point D on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (6,2). It is located at 6 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 2 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

Use Grid 2 to find the ordered pair for each point.

Question 6.
a. B ____________
The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point B on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (1, 6). It is located at 1 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 6 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

b. V ____________
The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point V on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (8,8). It is located at 8 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 8 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

Question 7.
a. S ____________
The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point S on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (8,3). It is located at 8 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 3 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

b. A ____________
The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point A on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (6,5). It is located at 6 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 5 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

Question 8.
a. W ____________
The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point W on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (7,1). It is located at 7 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 1 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

b. N ____________
The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point N on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (5,7). It is located at 5 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 7 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

Question 9.
a. T ____________
The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point T on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (1, 4). It is located at 1 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 4 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

b. R ____________
The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point R on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (2,2). It is located at 2 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 2 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

Question 10.
a. Z ____________
The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point Z on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (4,8). It is located at 4 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 8 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

b. P ____________
The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point P on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (4,1). It is located at 4 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 1 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

Plot the four points shown on Grid 3. Label the points.

Question 11.
a. A (2, 4)

The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point A on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (2,4). It is located at 2 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 4 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

b. D (3, 5)

The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point D on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (3,5). It is located at 3 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 5 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

Question 12.
a. C (5, 1)

The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point C on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (5,1). It is located at 5 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 1 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

b. Z(6, 3)

The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point Z on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (6,3). It is located at 6 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 3 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

Use the grids to complete the items below.

Refer to the grid on the left. Tell what point is located at each ordered pair.

Question 1.
a. (3, 5) _____________
The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point K on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (3,5). It is located at 3 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 5 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

b. (4, 0) _____________
The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point H on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (4,0). It is located at 4 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 0 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

c. (8, 5) _____________
The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point F on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (8,5). It is located at 8 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 5 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

Question 2.
a. (2, 7) _____________
The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point B on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (2,7). It is located at 2 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 7 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

b. (5, 6) ______________
The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point L on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (5,6). It is located at 5 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 6 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

c. (1, 1) ______________
The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point E on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (1,1). It is located at 1 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 1 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

Refer to the grid on the left. Write the ordered pair for each point.

Question 3.
a. A (___________)
The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point A on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (7,8). It is located at 7 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 8 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

b. C (___________)
The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point C on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (1,6). It is located at 1 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 6 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

c. D (___________)
The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point D on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (2,3). It is located at 2 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 3 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

Question 4.
a. G (___________)
The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point G on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (6,2). It is located at 6 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 2 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

b. I (___________)
The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point I on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (4,3). It is located at 4 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 3 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

c. J (___________)
The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point J on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (6,4). It is located at 6 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 4 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

Plot the points on the grid on the right. Label the points.

Question 5.
a. Create point M at (3, 2).

The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point M on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (3,2). It is located at 3 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 2 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

b. Create point N at (6, 5).

The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point N on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (6,5). It is located at 6 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 5 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

c. Create point O at (1, 8).

The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point O on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (1,8). It is located at 1 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 8 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

Question 6.
a. Create point P at (2, 6).

The position of any point of a grid can be described by an ordered pair of numbers. The two numbers are named in order: (x, y). Point P on the grid at the right is named by the ordered pair (2,6). It is located at 2 on the horizontal scale (x) and at 6 on the vertical scale (y). The number on the horizontal scale is always named first in an ordered pair.

b. Create point Q at (7, 4).