# Can coordinate be good enough?

Today I am starting the study of co ordinate geometry but in the start I had a question that co ordinate solve all problems that geometry can?

Note by Shabhashankar Dubey
3 years ago

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You can think co-ordinate geometry as a nice blend of pure geometry and algebra. Since co-ordinate geometry has the power of algebra , it "can" be considered as a powerful tool in some questions where pure geometry gets defeated. According to my knowledge , we can solve most of the geometry problems by co-ordinate geometry by right choice of origin and suitable constructions and algebra. So have a good start and have lot of fun while learning it. $$\ddot\smile$$.

- 3 years ago