In math, you'll learn about the Cartesian Coodinate System, which is a graphical method of showing
(x,y) points. The x and y axes cross at x=0 and y=0, or (0,0), which is called the origin. X-values extend
in the positive direction toward the right, and negative values are toward the left. Y-values extend positive
upward, and negative downward.

You can practice seeing where (x,y) points fall using this lesson. The two

You can practice seeing where (x,y) points fall using this lesson. The two

`line`

statements in the code box will draw the x and y axes. Try plotting some points using the `pset`

function, as in
`pset(5,5)`

or `pset(-30,20)`

. Use a lot of `pset`

statement to better understanding where points of a given (x,y) pair will
appear.
`pset(x,y)`

.
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