# Coordinate geometry formulas

Transformation of Graphs Poster

Coordinate Geometry formula page to help you prepare for the ACT Math Test.

Radian Circle with Coordinates | Wednesday (1/25) - Solving Identities using the Conjugate

Circle Theorems for GCSE and iGCSE. More information and maths revision on www.gcserevisionguide.co.uk

Collinear points are three or more points in one same plane which lie on a same straight line. To determine if three or more points are collinear, two formulas as exist in coordinate geometry can be used. they are: slope of a straight line and area of a triangle. the determinant formula can also be applied.

lol, still need to memorize these...

Heat Transfer- my conduction post Interactive video for all 3 ways of heat transfer

Geometry Workbook For Dummies Cheat Sheet

Grid and Distance Formula (Coordinate Geometry). All the important facts that you need to know compiled in an easy-to-understand handout.Perfect document to accompany any classroom instruction session. Use it as a handout for quick review purposes. #geometry #math #graphing #graphs #teachers #teaching #school #classrooms #education #commoncore #precalculus

The basic principles of trigonometry are covered in this colorful 4-page guide.

Y intercept of a straight line L is the y coordinate in the point on the y axis through which the straight line L is passing. Since y intercept is a coordinate, so it can be either positive or negative. To find the y intercept of a straight line L whose equation is given, set 0 in x to get rid of x which will then pave way for finding the y intercept. Similarly, x intercept of a straight line is the x coordinate in the point on the x axis through which the line L is passing.

Transformations of the quadratic function - graphic organizer. Students love having all of the transformations on one clear sheet that they can refer to often. Two fill-in versions included for different levels!!!

Coordinate Geometry (with worked solutions & videos)

I love teaching quadratics. It's the unit where I see the most student growth and where students seem to be the most proud of what they learn to do. In our classes, we first learn to factor, then move to the Quadratic Formula and then to quadratic word problems. My students have all seen factoring in Algebra 1 and Geometry, so it's not totally new to them. Still, factoring can feel completely new to some students, so I always start from the very beginning.

Slope Infographic - great study guide for main ideas about the slope of a line

Journal Wizard: Geometry: Midpoint Formula and Distance Formula