# Equations of lines

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### Key learning points

- In this lesson, we will learn how to draw horizontal and vertical lines on a coordinate grid.

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### 6 Questions

Q1.

Which code will move the robot from A to E?

East 3, North 4

South 3, East 4

West 4, North 3

Q2.

Which of these lines are the same length?

A and B

A and C

C and D

Q3.

Which line segments have equal length?

A and B

B and C

Q4.

What is the coordinate of the midpoints of the line segment shown below?

(-2, 8)

(8, 2)

Q5.

What is the coordinate of the midpoints of the line segment shown below?

(-3, -3)

(-4, -3)

Q6.

The line segment below is a diagonal of a rhombus. Which pair of co-ordinates could be the vertices of the rhombus?

(3, 1) and (6, 3)

(4,1) and (5, 3)

### 8 Questions

Q1.

Fill in the gap: The equation y = 3 describes a line through every point with y-coordinate ..............

0

1

2

Q2.

Fill in the gap: The equation .......... describes a line through every point with x-coordinate 4.

x + y = 4

y= 4

Q3.

Fill in the gap: Every point on a line has a 𝑦-coordinate of 2. The equation of the line is ...........

x + y = 2

x = 2

Q4.

Fill in the gap: Every point on a line has a 𝑥-coordinate of −3. The equation of the line is ........

x = 3

y= -3

y= 3

Q5.

What is the equation for line C?

y = 12

Q6.

What is the equation for line A?

y = -1

y = -4

Q7.

What is the equation for line D?

x = 3

Q8.

What is the equation for line E?

x = - 4

x = -4

x = 4