# 17.11. Exercises¶

1. Add a `distanceFromPoint` method that works similar to `distanceFromOrigin` except that it takes a `Point` as a parameter and computes the distance between that point and self.

1. Add a method `reflect_x` to Point which returns a new Point, one which is the reflection of the point about the x-axis. For example, `Point(3, 5).reflect_x()` is (3, -5)

1. Add a method `slope_from_origin` which returns the slope of the line joining the origin to the point. For example,

```>>> Point(4, 10).slope_from_origin()
2.5
```

What cases will cause your method to fail? Return None when it happens.

1. The equation of a straight line is “y = ax + b”, (or perhaps “y = mx + c”). The coefficients a and b completely describe the line. Write a method in the Point class so that if a point instance is given another point, it will compute the equation of the straight line joining the two points. It must return the two coefficients as a tuple of two values. For example,

```>>> print(Point(4, 11).get_line_to(Point(6, 15)))
>>> (2, 3)
```

This tells us that the equation of the line joining the two points is “y = 2x + 3”. When will your method fail?

1. Add a method called `move` that will take two parameters, call them `dx` and `dy`. The method will cause the point to move in the x and y direction the number of units given. (Hint: you will change the values of the state of the point)