Visualizing Functions: From Tables to Cartesian Graphs

Problem: Suppose that the variable y is a function of x with y = f (x). Given the following table for the function, move the points (A, B) (C,D) on the cartesian coordinate graph to match the ordered pairs of data in the table. 

y = f (x)
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Here are two other tables of data. Assume that each is data from a function.
Move the points (A, B), and (C,D) on the cartesian graph to match the ordered pairs of data in each table

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