# Ch 26: GRE Quantitative Reasoning: Coordinate Geometry

Learn about coordinate geometry concepts covered on the GRE with this chapter's fun and engaging lessons. You can also test your knowledge with lesson quizzes and chapter exams to make sure your ready to tackle the math section of the GRE.

## GRE Quantitative Reasoning: Coordinate Geometry - Chapter Summary

Improve your understanding of coordinate geometry with our GRE practice lessons. These video tutorials teach you the principles of coordinate geometry you'll use to successfully tackle the quantitative portion of the GRE. Lectures cover the following topics:

• Types of lines
• Point-slope formula
• Tangents
• Undefined slope
• The distance formula
• The midpoint formula
• Graph components
• Transformations

This chapter's tutorials incorporate instruction in geometric elements, along with problem examples and quizzes that help test your comprehension of the content. Lessons are divided into concise video lectures to support your grasp of the material and help you succeed on the GRE.

### GRE Quantitative Reasoning Objectives

Formulated to test students' preparedness to pursue business or graduate school, the GRE contains a quantitative reasoning section that comprises a little more than 30% of the exam. Our coordinate geometry lessons encapsulate information used in GRE test questions. Specific objectives of these tutorials include:

• Identifying different kinds of lines
• Utilizing point-slope formula
• Graphing slopes and tangents
• Understanding undefined and zero slope
• Employing the distance formula
• Understanding the midpoint formula
• Knowing the parts of a graph
• Working with transformations

The GRE's quantitative section includes numeric-entry questions and different kinds of multiple-choice questions. For the numeric-entry questions, you will discern a numeric solution and enter it into a response box. For one type of multiple-choice problem, you will be asked a question that may have more than one right answer or a single correct response; for the other type, you will be offered two quantities and asked to choose which multiple-choice answer accurately indicates how the values compare to each other.

10 Lessons in Chapter 26: GRE Quantitative Reasoning: Coordinate Geometry
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