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totally different area of Mathematics.

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### Coordinates Starters:

Plot the given coordinates then join them up to form a picture.

The blue point is exactly in the middle of two red points. What are their coordinates?

It is called Refreshing Revision because every time you refresh the page you get different revision questions.

A tricky problem set on a coordinate grid.

Advanced Coordinates Starters

## Exercises

#### Coordinate Plotter

Drag the given points so that they are in the correct positions according to their coordinates.

#### Coordinates

A self marking exercise on identifying coordinates culminating in finding the mid point of two given points.

#### Coordinates Picture

Plot the coordinates and join them with straight lines to produce a picture.

#### Deconstructing Graphs

Fill in the tables of values from the information that can be read from the given graphs.

#### Graph Paper

Flexible graph paper which can be printed or projected onto a white board as an effective visual aid.

#### Plotting Graphs

Complete a table of values then plot the corresponding points to create a graph.

#### Transformations

Draw transformations online and have them instantly checked. Includes reflections, translations, rotations and enlargements.

#### Where's Wallaby?

Find the hidden wallaby using the clues revealed at the chosen coordinates.

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