In this lesson, we will use rules around x and y coordinates for horizontal and vertical lines to solve more complex problems involving coordinates.

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The diagram shows the vertices of an isosceles triangle. What are the coordinates of the unlabelled vertex?

(2, 5)

Correct answer: (6, 1)

(6, 1)

(6, 2)

Q2.

There are two identical rectangles on the coordinate grid. What are the coordinates for point D?

Correct answer: (15, 8)

(15, 8)

(16, 10)

(8, 15)

Q3.

There are three identical squares on the coordinate grid. What are the coordinates for point A?

Correct answer: (5, 10)

(5, 10)

(5, 2)

(5, 6)

Q4.

There are two identical right angle triangles on the coordinate grid. What are the coordinates for point A?

(1, 0)

(1, 4)

Correct answer: (1, 8)

(1, 8)

Q5.

The pink line has been drawn one third of the way along the x axis. The blue line has been drawn half way up the y axis. What are the coordinates of the point at which the lines intersect?