Absolute value is the distance a number is from zero on the number line.

Use absolute value to find distances between points with the same x and y values on a coordinate plane.

A common mistake is to move along the y-axis first when finding distances between points.

🔑 One common mistake when finding an ordered pair is moving up on the y-axis instead of correctly on the x-axis.

⚠️ Another common mistake is returning to the origin after plotting the x value before moving on the y-axis.

📍 To plot points on the coordinate plane, follow the correct x and y values for each ordered pair.

👉 The video explains how to find the distance between two points using absolute value.

👉 By comparing the x values of the points, we can determine the difference in the y values.

👉 The absolute value of the y value difference gives us the distance between the two points.

📏 The absolute value can be used to find the distance between two points on a number line.

🔢 To find the distance, you can subtract the x values of the points and take the absolute value.

⚖️ The distance between the points is always positive, regardless of the order of subtraction.

📏 Absolute value can be used to find distances between points on a coordinate plane.

✖️ The absolute value of the difference between the x-coordinates gives the horizontal distance.

➕ The absolute value of the difference between the y-coordinates gives the vertical distance.