MOVING IN TWO DIMENSIONS (GRAPHING)
In this graphing worksheet, students are asked to graph a "sketch" of a path walked by a student. Directions E, W, N and S are used. Students are given 8 graphs to complete and are then asked to evaluate their findings.
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