|Jan8-04, 09:51 PM||#1|
Equation of lines
In the exercise, use set theoretic or vector notation or both to describe the points that lie in the given configurations.
The line passing through (-1,-1,-1,) in the direction of j
|Jan9-04, 01:01 AM||#2|
That seems like a really simple excercise. Can you give examples (say half a dozen) of the points on that line. You might discover a pattern.
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