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A Cartesian graph is really just two number lines that cross at 0. These number lines are called the *horizontal axis* (also called the *x**-axis*) and the *vertical axis** *(also called the *y**-axis*). The place where these two axes (plural of axis) cross is called the *origin*.

Cartesian graph can be used to pinpoint where you are on a map or graph.

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