Hi friends in this post i am going to provide you the main ingredient of the JEE Exam, that is called" COORDINATE GEOMETRY" By SL loney. This is a must book which every jee aspirant should have to be with them.
This book contains all the questions of all the topics which are generally asked in the JEE examination.

Now what consist of coordinate geometry?

Well, coordinate geometry consists of the straight lines, circles, parabolas, ellipse and hyperbolas. All the necessary stuff related to these topics have been given in the book.

Friends actually JEE examination generally mixes up the questions very well as we all know. But the questions which are asked in JEE from coordinate geometry mostly from the Straight lines, circles and parabolas.

Sometimes what happens the examiner mixes the questions among these topics. Which makes them a little bit tougher to think about, but if you have cleared your doubts, and have grasp a strong command over these topics surely then you will be able to solve the book completely. Most of the students what did, they actually tries to learn the equations of the particular topics in coordinate geometry, but there is a vast number of different forms, they somehow manages to learn them and then they forgets, and the result they fails to solve the easier questions comes from coordinate geometry which are asked directly. So remembering equations is not a solution,

but how to change them from one form to another matters really. Also the questions mostly asked from 3D and vectors( which i will provide later in upcomming post) are same as in coordinate geometry. What the difference is? It is only that normally there is 2D in coordinate geometry and 3D in the 3D vectors.

The book has covered all the important topics such as straight lines, perpendicular lines,parallel lines, normal to a slope, equation of tangent, equation of tangent in normal form, equation of straight line in 2 point form, equation of straight line in 1 point form, equation of straight line in parametric form, equation of line in intercept form, equation of line in intersect form, equation of line in slope form, family of straight lines, angle between two lines, intercepts of a line on the axes, parallel line to x-axis, parallel line to y-axis, slope intercept form, point-slope form, two point form, perpendicular form, distance form, position of a point relative to a line, condition of concurrency, intersection of lines, lines parallel and perpendicular to a given line, distance of a point from a line, area of a parallelogram, image of a point with respect to a line, equation of straight lines passing through a given point and making an angle with a line, line through intersection of two lines, equation of the bisectors, bisector of the angle containing the origin, acute and obtuse angle bisectors, locus and its equation.

circle, standard equation of a circle, some particular cases of the central form, general equation of a circle, circle passing through three points, diameter form of a circle, intercepts on the axes, position of a point with respect to a circle, equation of a circle in parametric form, intersection of a line and a circle, tangent to a circle with parametric, slope and point form, normal to a circle, pairs of tangents, length of a tangent, director circle,chord of contact, chord bisected at a given point, pole and polar, common tangents to two circle, common chord, length of common chord, angle of intersection of two circles, condition of orthogonality, properties of radical axis, radical centre, family of circles, co-axial system of circles, system of coaxial circles when limiting points are given.

parabola, conic, general equation of conic, axis, vertex, centre, latus rectum, focal chord, double coordinate, parabola and its standard form, other standard forms of parabola, focal distance of any point, parametric equations of a parabola, point and parabola, parametric equation of a chord, focal length of a chord, a line and a parabola, nature of the points of intersection, condition of tangency, some useful results on tangents, common tangents, angle of intersection of two curves, some useful results on normals, number of normal and conormal points, some useful results on conormal points, pair of tangents, chord of contact, chord bisected at a given point, pole and polar diameter, lengths of tangent, subtangent, normal and subnormal.

ellipse, defination, standard form of ellipse, major and minor axes, foci, directories, eccentricity, ordinate and double ordinate, latus rectum, focal distances of a point, other forms of ellipse, equation of an ellipse referred to two perpendicular lines as axes, position of a point with respect to an ellipse, parametric coordinates and equation, eccentric angle of a point, parametric coordinates a point of ellipse, parametric equations, a line and an ellipse, pair of tangents and their chord of contact, combined equation of pair of tangents, properties of eccentric angles of conormal points, chord bisected at a given point, conjugate diameters, properties of conjugate diameters.

hyperbola, standard equation of hyperbola, transverse and conjugate axes,directrices, conjugate hyperbola, intersection of a line and a hyperbola, tangent to a hyperbola, number of co tangents, pair of tangents and their chord of contact, number of normal drawn from a point, rectangular hyperbola, rectangular hyperbola referred as to its asymptotes as the axes of coordinates, some useful results on rectangular hyperbola, asymptotes etc are the given topics in this book.

So friends that's all for this post.

I hope you will like it and my suggestion is to prepare and devotee much time in coordinate geometry specially if you are in 11th standard, it will helpful for your school studies too. If you have any query related to this book or want to suggest to post a book, please email me or comment in the comment box. I will surely try to do my best to resolve your query. Till then keep practicing regularly and lead yourself towards excellence and success. And remember the aim-IITJEE.

• Buy this book and boost your level, at very low cost from here:-

http://amzn.to/2p6y5kr

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Well, coordinate geometry consists of the straight lines, circles, parabolas, ellipse and hyperbolas. All the necessary stuff related to these topics have been given in the book.

Friends actually JEE examination generally mixes up the questions very well as we all know. But the questions which are asked in JEE from coordinate geometry mostly from the Straight lines, circles and parabolas.

Sometimes what happens the examiner mixes the questions among these topics. Which makes them a little bit tougher to think about, but if you have cleared your doubts, and have grasp a strong command over these topics surely then you will be able to solve the book completely. Most of the students what did, they actually tries to learn the equations of the particular topics in coordinate geometry, but there is a vast number of different forms, they somehow manages to learn them and then they forgets, and the result they fails to solve the easier questions comes from coordinate geometry which are asked directly. So remembering equations is not a solution,

but how to change them from one form to another matters really. Also the questions mostly asked from 3D and vectors( which i will provide later in upcomming post) are same as in coordinate geometry. What the difference is? It is only that normally there is 2D in coordinate geometry and 3D in the 3D vectors.

The book has covered all the important topics such as straight lines, perpendicular lines,parallel lines, normal to a slope, equation of tangent, equation of tangent in normal form, equation of straight line in 2 point form, equation of straight line in 1 point form, equation of straight line in parametric form, equation of line in intercept form, equation of line in intersect form, equation of line in slope form, family of straight lines, angle between two lines, intercepts of a line on the axes, parallel line to x-axis, parallel line to y-axis, slope intercept form, point-slope form, two point form, perpendicular form, distance form, position of a point relative to a line, condition of concurrency, intersection of lines, lines parallel and perpendicular to a given line, distance of a point from a line, area of a parallelogram, image of a point with respect to a line, equation of straight lines passing through a given point and making an angle with a line, line through intersection of two lines, equation of the bisectors, bisector of the angle containing the origin, acute and obtuse angle bisectors, locus and its equation.

circle, standard equation of a circle, some particular cases of the central form, general equation of a circle, circle passing through three points, diameter form of a circle, intercepts on the axes, position of a point with respect to a circle, equation of a circle in parametric form, intersection of a line and a circle, tangent to a circle with parametric, slope and point form, normal to a circle, pairs of tangents, length of a tangent, director circle,chord of contact, chord bisected at a given point, pole and polar, common tangents to two circle, common chord, length of common chord, angle of intersection of two circles, condition of orthogonality, properties of radical axis, radical centre, family of circles, co-axial system of circles, system of coaxial circles when limiting points are given.

parabola, conic, general equation of conic, axis, vertex, centre, latus rectum, focal chord, double coordinate, parabola and its standard form, other standard forms of parabola, focal distance of any point, parametric equations of a parabola, point and parabola, parametric equation of a chord, focal length of a chord, a line and a parabola, nature of the points of intersection, condition of tangency, some useful results on tangents, common tangents, angle of intersection of two curves, some useful results on normals, number of normal and conormal points, some useful results on conormal points, pair of tangents, chord of contact, chord bisected at a given point, pole and polar diameter, lengths of tangent, subtangent, normal and subnormal.

ellipse, defination, standard form of ellipse, major and minor axes, foci, directories, eccentricity, ordinate and double ordinate, latus rectum, focal distances of a point, other forms of ellipse, equation of an ellipse referred to two perpendicular lines as axes, position of a point with respect to an ellipse, parametric coordinates and equation, eccentric angle of a point, parametric coordinates a point of ellipse, parametric equations, a line and an ellipse, pair of tangents and their chord of contact, combined equation of pair of tangents, properties of eccentric angles of conormal points, chord bisected at a given point, conjugate diameters, properties of conjugate diameters.

hyperbola, standard equation of hyperbola, transverse and conjugate axes,directrices, conjugate hyperbola, intersection of a line and a hyperbola, tangent to a hyperbola, number of co tangents, pair of tangents and their chord of contact, number of normal drawn from a point, rectangular hyperbola, rectangular hyperbola referred as to its asymptotes as the axes of coordinates, some useful results on rectangular hyperbola, asymptotes etc are the given topics in this book.

So friends that's all for this post.

I hope you will like it and my suggestion is to prepare and devotee much time in coordinate geometry specially if you are in 11th standard, it will helpful for your school studies too. If you have any query related to this book or want to suggest to post a book, please email me or comment in the comment box. I will surely try to do my best to resolve your query. Till then keep practicing regularly and lead yourself towards excellence and success. And remember the aim-IITJEE.

• Buy this book and boost your level, at very low cost from here:-

http://amzn.to/2p6y5kr

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