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Details for problem "Draw shape on coordinate plane with given points"

Quickname: 7975

Suitable for grades: Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6

Summary

A shape is formed by connecting points in a coordinate plane that have to be marked first.

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Description

A series of points is given. These have to be marked on a coordinate plan. When the points are connected in order, they form a closed shape.

Negative coordinates and points on the edge of the coordinate plane (in case the coordinate plane is given by the problem) can be excluded.

The problem statement may require that the coordinate plane is to be drawn first, or the coordinate plane may be provided with the problem. The plane may be chosen to be small, medium sized, or large.

Topics: Geometry

Tags: Coordinate system, Drawing

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Customization options for this problem

ParameterPossible values
Coordinate plane givenYes, No
Negative quadrants allowedYes, No
Points on the edge allowedYes, No
Sizesmall, medium, large

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