Authors:Prabir Chandra Bhattacharyya,
Keywords:Bhattacharyya’s Co-ordinate System,Cartesian Co-ordinate System,Four Positive Dimensions,Plane Co-ordinate Geometry,Relative motion,
AbstractCo-ordinate geometry is a particular branch of mathematics where geometry is studied with the help of algebra. According to the concept of Bhattacharyya’s Co-ordinate System, plane co-ordinate geometry consists of Four Positive dimensions or axes. In four-dimensional co-ordinate geometry, the position of a point can be determined uniquely by two real positive numbers on a plane. Here, we shall discuss only the plane co-ordinate geometry consisting of four dimensions or axes. The author introduced four positive dimensions or axes to solve the problems with the help of ‘Rectangular Bhattacharyya’s Co-ordinate System’ instead of the Rectangular Cartesian Co-ordinate System. This is the new concept which has been developed by the author. The author determined not only the distance between two points but also the direction of the line segment between two points on the plane.