The chapter introduces the concepts of two-dimensional coordinate geometry. The students revise the concepts of the quadrant made by the two axes and how the points behave in the four quadrants. This chapter focuses on issues including the segment formula and in the calculation of the triangular field.
For a point in a plane, there are two coordinates. This chapter will teach students in Class 11 the foundations of two-dimensional geometry. This chapter delves into the concepts of two- dimensional coordinate axes and the cartesian plane and point coordinates, the distance between two points, and the section formula. Three tasks are included in this chapter to help students overcome obstacles and better understand the concept. At the end of the chapter, there is a random exercise with extra questions covering all of the topics covered in the chapter.
The chapter includes three different exercises based on the concepts of the Cartesian coordinate system, the separation between two points, the surface area of a triangle, the simple section formula, and the calculation and location of the triangle's centroid, in-centre, and ex-centre. The chapter also includes a brief mention of the locus equation and the shifting of the origin.
The RD Sharma solutions provide numerous solved examples and diagrams and offer step- by-step procedures for complex questions. The Aakash Institute helps the students through its RD Sharma Solutions, focused entirely on an exam-oriented approach. It guides students to achieve outstanding results in their exams and consolidate the concepts by getting rid of their confusion during the practice sessions.