   Chapter 0.7, Problem 4E

Chapter
Section
Textbook Problem

Graph the following points: P ( 4 , − 2 ) , Q ( 2 , − 4 ) , R ( 1 , − 3 ) , S ( − 4 , 2 ) , T ( 2 , − 1 ) , U ( − 2 , 0 ) , V ( − 4 , − 4 )

To determine

To graph: The following points are P(4,2), Q(2,4), R(1,3), S(4,2), T(2,1), U(2,0) and V(4,4).

Explanation

Given Information:

The provided points are P(4,2), Q(2,4), R(1,3), S(4,2), T(2,1), U(2,0) and V(4,4).

Graph:

Consider the provided points are P(4,2), Q(2,4), R(1,3), S(4,2), T(2,1), U(2,0) and V(4,4).

Start with the alphabetical order, the provided points are P, Q, R, S, T, U and V.

First take point P,

Now from the origin, drop a vertical line of x=4 and horizontal line of y=2

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