**1.**Recognize some characteristics in the study of analytic geometry.**1.1**Differentiate algebra and geometry by identifying some of their applications.**1.2**Distinguish between one-dimensional and two-dimensional coordinate systems.**1.3**Characterize analytic geometry by identifying its subject of study.**1.4**Formulate a concept for -uni-201Clocus-uni-201D**1.5**Recognize distance and directed distance between two points of a line based on displacement situations.**1.6**Identify what event in history marks the appearance of analytic geometry and its predecessors.

**2.**Suggest what a geometric locus is, based on the characterization of some geometric locations.**2.1**Use the Cartesian Plane to locate elements and draw them in scale.**2.10**Compare lines that represent real situations based on the slope.**2.11**Identify and interpret the expression that helps finding the slope of a straight line.**2.12**Build the equation of line contained in a plane based on its geometric properties.**2.13**Identify when an equation represents a straight line.**2.14**Represent straight lines in the plane with a given equation.**2.15**Identify and use strategies to establish the equation of a line represented in the plane by recognizing the general equation of the straight line.**2.16**Identify structures of equations such as point-slope and the equation of the line that passes through two points.**2.17**Represent parallel and perpendicular lines in the plane.**2.18**Determine relationships between the equations that represent parallel lines and perpendicular lines accordingly.**2.19**Identify and interpret the expression that helps finding the distance between a point and a line.**2.2**Identify geometric loci represented in the Cartesian Plane.**2.3**Represent geometric loci by means of equations.**2.4**Suggest different examples of geometrical loci.**2.5**Formulate an expression which helps finding the measurement of the distance between two points that represent locations of places in your surroundings.**2.6**Understand the construction process of the expression which helps to find the measurement of the distance between two points.**2.7**Formulate an expression that helps to find the mid-point of a segment in localization processes.**2.8**Understand the construction process of an expression that helps to find the mid-point of a segment in localization processes.**2.9**Represent polygons in the Cartesian Plane by identifying their area and perimeter based on the coordinates of their vertexes.

**3.**Argue why a straight line is a geometric locus.**3.1**Suggest examples of lines or figures that do not represent geometric loci.**3.2**Compare different lines located in the Cartesian Plane, identifying common characteristics that categorize them as geometric locus.**3.3**Recognize the possibility of drawing a line starting from two points.**3.4**Solve problem situations related with measurements through a geometric interpretation of the lines involved and creating equations of them.**3.5**Suggest conjectures, identifying when two lines are parallel and perpendicular by only knowing their equation.

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