What exactly does throwing the constant into your normal tuplet represent vs. a normal vector without the constant? (coefficient vectors = normal vector right?)(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

My notes don't provide an explanation for this. I can visualize what parallel normal vectors look like, but then they talk about parallel or not parallel augmented coefficent vectors which is where I get lost.

Thanks.

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# Augmented coefficient vectors

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