# How do you plot #(1,-4)# on the coordinate plane?

Step 1: Draw a dotted vertical line at

Step 2: Draw a dotted horizontal line at

Step 3: Draw a dot at the point where the lines in Step 1 and 2 intersect.

Now, you have successfully plotted the point

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Plot the point (1, -4) by moving 1 unit to the right along the x-axis and 4 units down along the y-axis.

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