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is it (3,0,0) (0,4,0)(0,0,2)
2x+3 ------ -= 6 ; is this the equation? 2y+3z
no its a fraction
2x +3/2y +3z = 6 this then :)
yes its a graphing equation
we need to multiply everything by y; to get rid of that bit
its gong to be 4
2xy +3/2 +3zy = 6y is the sane equation, but has no limits when y = 0
2xy +3/2 +3zy -6y = 0 y(2x +3z -6) +3/2 = 0 is another way of writing it
when x and y = 0 there is no value..... is there?
this is the answer i been got it (3,0,0) (0,4,0)(0,0,2)
is that answer correct? or is that the answer you are checking? becasue y cant = 0 in this..
(0,4,0) is good (x,0,0) is not valid, becasue y cant be 0 (0,0,z) is not valid cause y cant = 0
in other words, yo have a function that only intersects the y axis; and never touches the other 2
no, he means its a plane
not a fraction
people need to get the notation correct when asking a question , the fracts are coeffiecients of the plane
the surface is a hyperbolic cylindar
hi sat :)
did you take yesterday off?
i wish lol.... I spent the day under my front end fixing the steering parts...
i meant from "off from here"
and to the asker, yes the answers you posted in the first post are correct
it was a forced hiatus lol
oh yes. it is right. set two = 0 solve for third
2x+(3/2)y+3z=6 4x +3y +6z = 12 x=3, y=4, z=2 (3,0,0) (0,4,0) (0,0,2) would then be the intercepts yes