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Few Co-Ordinate Geometry Basics

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New post 01 Dec 2013, 13:55
HI All,

Following are few basics tricks that will help to build some good concepts and to solve some problems in GMAT (did u just notice the llelism? =))

Eqn of a line:

Y = mX + C


m = slope and
C = y intercept = the point at which the line intersects the y axis (It thus has x = 0).

Following pic should be self explanatory, notice the color match between C and the line. Hope it helps. No formulae, just sense :wink:

Please let me know if you like it by pressing Kudos button so that I can post some X intercepts concepts related to this.
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