# How do you plot a (1,-1) point on a 4 quadrant graph?

Starting from the origin (the center of the graph), move 1 space to the right and 1 space down. Draw a dot where you land. You've just plotted (1,-1).

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To plot the point (1, -1) on a 4 quadrant graph, you locate the point where the x-coordinate is 1 (horizontal axis) and the y-coordinate is -1 (vertical axis). Then, you mark this point on the graph. Since the point has a negative y-coordinate, it will be below the x-axis.

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To plot the point (1, -1) on a four-quadrant graph, you move 1 unit to the right along the x-axis (positive direction) and 1 unit downward along the y-axis (negative direction).

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