Description: The equation of locus defines a path traced by a point satisfying given conditions, while shift of origin involves relocating the coordinate system to simplify problem-solving.

Description: The slope of a line measures its steepness, calculated as the change in y-coordinate over the change in x-coordinate. The angle between intersecting lines is their relative orientation.

Description: Exercise 5.2(continue Solution)

Description: Equation of a line can be expressed in various standard forms: Point-slope (from a point and slope), Slope-intercept (y = mx + b), Two-points (from two given points), Double-intercept (from intercepts), and Normal (perpendicular distance).

Description: The general form of a line's equation is Ax + By + C = 0, where A, B, and C are constants. The point of intersection occurs where two lines meet on a plane.

Description: Exercise 5.4 Solution

Description: Exercise 5.4(continue Solution)