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Section 3: Coordinate Geometry

In this section, you will first be tested on your current coordinate geometry skills by doing some problems.  Then if it is required, you will be taken to the review lessons to review the topic once more.  Otherwise, you will be taken to the next section.

Do the following problems:

1. What is the distance between two coordinate points (3,4) and (-3,7)?  Round your answer to nearest hundreth.

A.     6.00
B.     7.98
C.     6.71
D.     8.00
E.     6.98

2. What is the area of a square on coordinate plane if its points are (3,-4), (3,4), (11,4), and (11,-4)?

A.     98
B.     64
C.     36
D.     25
E.     81

3. What is the slope of the line with equation of 3x + 5y = 7

A.    - 3/5
B.     5/3
C.     3/5
D.     -5/3
E.     None of Above

4. What can't the x be if a line with two points (x,3) and (5,9) has a slope?

A.     9
B.     10
C.     3
D.     5
E.     11

5. What is the midpoint between two point which are (3,5) and (7,9)?

A.      (5,7)
B.     (3,9)
C.     (1,2)
D.     (8,7)
E.      (7,4)

Click "Preceding Page" to see the answers.