## RS Aggarwal Solutions Class 10 Chapter 16 - Coordinate Geometry (Ex 16B) Exercise 16.2 - Free PDF

## FAQs on RS Aggarwal Solutions Class 10 Chapter 16 - Coordinate Geometry (Ex 16B) Exercise 16.2

**1. What is RS Aggarwal Solutions Class 10 Chapter 16 - Coordinate Geometry (Ex 16B) Exercise 16.2?**

RS Aggarwal Solutions Class 10 Chapter 16 - Coordinate Geometry (Ex 16B) Exercise 16.2 is a PDF of Questions and solutions for the Mathematics Book of Class 10 RS Aggarwal available for free at the Vedantu website. With the help of this book, students can learn how to solve questions in the coordinate geometry chapter and understand the subject very well. Students should practice the coordinate geometry chapter from RS Agarwal book so that there is no need to go for online tuition classes for this chapter, but if students want to learn this chapter in deep then students can definitely go for vedantu.com online coaching classes with the help of Vedantu students will be able to score more marks in their examinations and understand all the concepts related to this chapter.

**2. What is the perpendicular or normal distance?**

The perpendicular or normal distance is the perpendicular distance from the fixed point to the given line, and it is denoted by "p", which is nothing but the distance between any point on the line and a given point in a plane perpendicular to a given line is called perpendicular or normal distance. If students know how to find the normal length, then student definitely can score good marks in their examination, but if a student didn't know how to solve perpendicular distance, then a student can definitely go for online tuition classes or visit vedantu.com to get all the concepts related to perpendicular distance solved by expert mathematics teachers and score good marks in their examinations.

**3. What is the equation of a plane passing through two points?**

The equation of a plane passing through two points P1 (x_{1}, y_{1}) and P2 (x_{2}, y_{2}) is Ax + By + C = 0 . This is nothing but a linear equation in three variables and the coefficients of x, y and z are all zero. So, the equation of a plane can be written in general form as Ax + By + Cz = D, where A, B, C and D are constants. This is also known as the standard equation of a plane. If students want to score good marks in their examinations, then they should definitely practice this equation and try to understand how to solve it.

**4. What is the distance between two points in a plane?**

The distance between two points in a plane is the length of the straight line segment connecting them, and it is denoted by "d". The distance between two points can be found using the standard equation of a plane Ax + By + Cz = D, where A, B, C and D are constants. If a student doesn't know how to solve distance, then there is no need to worry. Students can definitely go for online tuition classes or visit vedantu.com to get all the concepts related to distance solved by expert teachers and score more marks in their examinations, or if a student knows all the concepts of this chapter, then the student can definitely go with RS Agarwal book and solve as many questions as a student want to solve with the help of practice the question student can score good marks in their examinations.

**5. What are the different conditions for a straight line?**

A straight line satisfies the following conditions: (1) It contains all points on one side of the straight line, which passes through two given distinct points, so it passes through the third point. (2) It is uniquely determined by any two of its points. The straight line which satisfies these conditions is called Normal Straight Line or Perpendicular to the given line, and it is denoted by "n". If students want to solve this type of question, then they should definitely practice the coordinate geometry chapter from the RS Agarwal book and try to understand all the concepts related to it.