anonymous
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How can i get the proyection of the intersection of this two surfaces into the plane YZ?
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anonymous
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The surfaces are: \[y=1-x\] and \[z=1-x^2\]
anonymous
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any idea myko?

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anonymous
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anonymous
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the intersection is the set of points (x, 1-y,1-x2) to get a proyection to yz plane, make x=0
anonymous
  • anonymous
sry, where i wrote 1-y should be 1-x
anonymous
  • anonymous
Don't worry. So the set of points is (0,1,1)?
anonymous
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looks like
anonymous
  • anonymous
y=z
anonymous
  • anonymous
yeah!
anonymous
  • anonymous
I got the same.
anonymous
  • anonymous
gj
anonymous
  • anonymous
z = 1 - x^2, y = 1-x
anonymous
  • anonymous
so z = (1-x)(1+x) = y(1+x)
anonymous
  • anonymous
making x = 0, gives z = y
anonymous
  • anonymous
ya, thats right
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thank you myko! =)
anonymous
  • anonymous
you did it by your self, gj
anonymous
  • anonymous
what is gj?
anonymous
  • anonymous
good job
anonymous
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ahhh thank you =). You gave me the idea.!
anonymous
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:)

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