This was half the project I use for my coordinate geometry chapter. (The other half comes from my textbook and is a coordinate proof).
Students are given 4 unique coordinates and asked to plot, find distance, slope, midpoint, analyze data to determine which quadrilateral they have.
What makes this different from similar products: each student receives their own coordinates (up to a class of 30 students). This allows students to work together without tempting them to copy. Included is an answer key of the points I created as a pdf. However, if you want to change the points for any reason, go to the excel spreadsheet and change your coordinates in the blue boxes. Also included are the graphs of the coordinates. These will also be adjusted on the spreadsheet automatically.
The correct answers will automatically recalculate. You can even use this spreadsheet as a quick check during lessons or when creating your own examples or problems.