Students learn how to apply coordinate geometry concepts to solve problems involving geometric shapes and lines. The lesson starts with basic exercises on identifying and using the properties of rhombuses and kites, such as finding coordinates of intersection points and determining the equations of lines through given points.

As the lesson progresses, the problems increase in complexity. Students first practice finding the intersection points of lines and axes, then move on to deriving line equations from given conditions. Finally, they tackle more advanced tasks, such as finding specific coordinates and equations involving multiple steps and conditions. This gradual progression helps students develop their skills in applying coordinate geometry principles to various geometric scenarios.

**Tutorials**

Coordinate Geometry with Straight Line Graphs Part 1

Coordinate Geometry with Straight Line Graphs Part 2

Coordinate Geometry with Straight Line Graphs Part 3