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## Revision as of 06:44, 14 August 2015

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## Concept map

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# Textbook

- For NCERT book Co ordinate geometry 9th Std Click Here
- For NCERT book Co ordinate geometry 10th Std Click here

# Additional Information

## Useful websites

## Reference Books

# Teaching Outlines

## Concept # 1 - Connection between algebra and geometry through graphs of lines and curves

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### Notes for teachers

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Activity #1 [between algebra and geometry through graphs of lines and curves| ]

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## Concept # 2 Trignometry

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## Concept # 3 Slope of any polynomial function

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[understanding what is a Slope]

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## Concept # 4 data pattern,graph,plotting

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## Concept # 5 Slope of a line/Gradient of a line

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## Concept # 6 Distance Formula & Section Formula

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## Concept # 7 Basics of Geometry

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# Assessment activities for CCE

Objectives:

- visualising the coordinates of a given point
- Every polynomial equation represents a graph
- Position of any object can be represented with a set of coordinates
- Visualising Slope and Intercept of a line.
- Visualising that parallel lines have same slopes
- Slope of a line is same between any two points

**WORKING SHEET TO BE GIVEN **

**NAME OF THE SCHOOL:**

** Student Name: **

** Marks Scored= **

**2014-15**

**10 STD Assessment Activity**

**UNIT:Coordinate -Geometry Marks:15**

- Locate the position of students of your class on the given graph sheet

- Analyse the pattern of the points given and find some more points.
- Locate those points and join them.
- Write the equation represented by the given graph.
- Find the Slope and Y-intercept of the graph.

- What is the Slope and y-intercept of the graphs given and write the equation of the graphs given.