MATH 2060 - Burr - 12.5

1908 days ago by burr2

       
       
The line <3,-4,2>+t<1,3,-7>
The blue vector points to a point on the line
The purple vector is the direction vector
The orange vectors correspond to different t-values
The line <3,-4,2>+t<1,3,-7>
The blue vector points to a point on the line
The purple vector is the direction vector
The orange vectors correspond to different t-values
       
A plane with normal vector in orange
A vector to two points in the plane in red
A vector between two points in the plane in yellow
A plane with normal vector in orange
A vector to two points in the plane in red
A vector between two points in the plane in yellow
       
A point not on the plane in purple
A point in the plane in red
A vector between the points in yellow
The normal vector in orange
The projection of the yellow vector on the orange vector in green
A point not on the plane in purple
A point in the plane in red
A vector between the points in yellow
The normal vector in orange
The projection of the yellow vector on the orange vector in green
       
A plane containing the red line and the orange point
The green and yellow vectors are directions in the plane
The pink vector is the cross product of the yellow and green vectors
The pink vector is normal to the plane
A plane containing the red line and the orange point
The green and yellow vectors are directions in the plane
The pink vector is the cross product of the yellow and green vectors
The pink vector is normal to the plane
       
Two planes intersecting
The intersection is the red line
The purple point is on the red line
The red line is perpendicular to the normal vectors to the two planes
Two planes intersecting
The intersection is the red line
The purple point is on the red line
The red line is perpendicular to the normal vectors to the two planes
       
Two skew lines
Two skew lines
       
Two skew lines
Parallel planes containing the lines
Two skew lines
Parallel planes containing the lines