# Ch 30: TACHS: The Coordinate Graph

Learn more about the coordinate graph to prepare for questions on the TACHS test in New York. You can watch fun video lessons, then test what you've learned with self-assessment quizzes.

## TACHS: The Coordinate Graph - Chapter Summary

In this chapter are short lessons designed to enhance your comprehension of the coordinate graph. You can watch the videos as you prepare for the TACHS test so that, in no time, you'll be able to:

• Identify the different parts of a graph
• Understand the process of plotting points
• Define, identify and plot ordered pairs on the coordinate plane
• Measure the distance between two points on the coordinate plane

You can watch the lessons from your computer, smartphone or tablet any time, day or night. Benefit from quality information about the coordinate graph without having to meet your instructors in person.

### TACHS: The Coordinate Graph Objectives

This TACHS: The Coordinate Graph chapter is designed to give you the resources you need to prepare for topics found in the math section of the test. You can review the lessons, then take short quizzes to test your readiness to address questions on the exam. Full transcripts with easily identifiable vocabulary words are also available to deepen your understanding of the subject area.

The test is required for 8th grade students who are interested in attending a Catholic high school in the Diocese of Brooklyn/Queens or Archdiocese of New York. It consists of multiple-choice questions that tests students' knowledge of reading, language and math, as well their abstract reasoning abilities. Individuals must take the test in November of a given year if they are interested in admission for the following school year.

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