# Difference between revisions of "Connection between algebra and geometry through graphs of lines and curves"

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''A plane is a flat surface which can be extended in any directions<br> | ''A plane is a flat surface which can be extended in any directions<br> | ||

− | + | coordinate geometry gives us a way to describe a point on the plane exactly by two numbers.'' | |

===Activities=== | ===Activities=== |

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## Connection between algebra and geometry through graphs of lines and curves

### Learning objectives

- connection between algebra and geometry through graphs of lines and curves.
- Enabling geometric problems to be solved algebraically
- Geometrically visualising algebra
- introducing to the Cartesian coordinate plane
- plotting points on the plane
- reading coordinates for a point from a graph

### Notes for teachers

*A plane is a flat surface which can be extended in any directions *
coordinate geometry gives us a way to describe a point on the plane exactly by two numbers.

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