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**Examples****Example**1: Find the distance of the**point**from the**origin**on a number line. Solution: The distance of the**point**-10 from the**origin**, i.e., 0 on a number line =10 units 2. Find the distance of the**point**(0, -7) from the**origin**. Solution: The distance of (0, -7) from (0, 0)=-7=7 units 3. What is the**origin**of the Cartesian Plane?In

**mathematics**, the**origin**of a Euclidean space is a special**point**, usually denoted by the letter O, used as a fixed**point**of reference for the**geometry**of the surrounding space. In physical**problems**, the choice**of origin**is often arbitrary, meaning any choice**of origin**will ultimately give the same answer.Dec 3, 2021 ·

**Origin****Math****Examples**Lesson Summary FAQs Activities Why is (0,0) called the**origin**? The Cartesian plane is defined by two number lines, each with**origin**at 0, which intersect at the...- 3 min

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**Geometry**Line (Coordinate**Geometry**) Ray (Coordinate**Geometry**) Segment (Coordinate**Geometry**) Midpoint Theorem Distance from a**point**to a line - When line is horizontal or vertical - Using two line equations - Using trigonometry - Using a formula Intersecting lines Cirumscribed rectangle (bounding box)People also ask

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**geometry**, a**point**is a primitive notion upon which**geometry**is built. Being a primitive notion means that a**point**cannot be defined in terms of previously defined objects. In particular, the geometric points do not have length, area, volume, or any other dimensional attribute.- 9 min