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Printable coordinate planes in inch and metric dimensions in multiple sizes, great for scatterplots, plotting equations, geometry problems or other similar math problems. These are full four-quadrant coordinate planes, blank without axis numbering. Flashing back to 7th grade geometry class? This is the graph paper page for you. Standard sizes 1/4 inch, 1/5 inch, 1/8 inch and 1/10 inch grids . Metric sizes 1 centimeter, 5 millimeter, 2.5 millimeter and 2 millimeter grids.

Many basic coordinate planes assume the axis units, and this is often a great teaching tool when graphing simple equations that have relatively small domains and ranges. However, sometimes you need a coordinate plane that might have a arbitrary range, and you don't mind labelling those x and y axes on your own.

These coordinate planes are pretty much as blank as they come. You'll get the grid in the usual inch and centimeter dimensions, and of course the four quadrant layout. But you'll be labelling the x axis and the y axis (or not, if that's your preference).