This is a deceptively simple, two problem question bank. I was tired of the way textbook question banks created bizarre coordinate plane situations. On student might have three of five points on the x-axis and another student had four in quadrant II. It makes no sense!
Problem #1 is to plot five points. One is on the x-axis, one is on the y-axis, the other three will be in separate quadrants. It should also avoid situations where you cannot adequately diagnose if a student is flipping the x and y-values in an ordered pair.
Similarly, the second problem, writing ordered pairs for points, forces the points to have distinct values. Yes, these are fairly simple, but the structure is far superior to the complete randomness that textbook question banks create.
This will also be in my "Pre-Algebra Chapter 1 Question Bank" collection.