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Help? :(

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I need some help with this problem

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ok

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wats ur answer

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I dont have onne, I need help :| I attached a link of the problem

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i did

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hold on

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thnx (:

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Do you still need help?

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Yes please (:

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ya

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Okay, Do you know how to even start working on this problem?

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No :C

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So are you working with vectors?

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indeed I am!

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Im just tottally lost on this problem

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Ok, so have you done vector proofs before?

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no neverO=

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ok, so ob+ba=oa

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0=(0,0) A=(x1,y1) B=(x2,y2)

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Vector BA=A-B=(x1-x2, y1-y2)

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okk

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Good so far?

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All what you have to do now is find vecotor OA and vecotr OB

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O: oh really but is there like another pic you have to draw/

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no

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oh cool

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so vector BA is equal to A-B
so when you subtract the points element-wise
you get x1-x2 and y1-y2

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Oh right, now I find Oa Ob ?How can I do thta again?

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|dw:1352869175679:dw|

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now you do the same for vector ob

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|dw:1352869297947:dw|

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So OB is OB = O-B= <0-x2 , 0-y2 > ?

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no, it would be = B-O =

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So, now you need to subtract from . to prove that it equals

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ohhh right!

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look at the attachment, the circled ones.

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How would you prove the?

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*them?

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They are equal.

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so, by the subtraction of the vectors, you prove that = -

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OH theyre equal!!
Its < x1-x2 , y1-y2 > !

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pretty much.

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Now to solve part 2, set point c equal to (x3, y3)

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then I would solve for x3,y3 in terms of the other known quantities, x1,y1 and x2,y2 using the given ratio. the rest is just algebra.

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So all what xOA is saying is to ditribute the x?

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Ya

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Oh okay yy

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right?

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yes.

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Cool thanks ((:

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you want me to isolare c from (C-B)/(A-C) =x/y
right?

- hartnn

yes,

- hartnn

u see, how i got, (C-B)/(A-C) =x/y
from given condition, / =x/y

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Wait how would you do that because C is being subtracted

- hartnn

u mean how to isolate C ?
cross-multiply....

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yea youd get y(c-b) = x(a-c) ...

- hartnn

try to isolate C from that...

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so I distribute..first then

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yc-cb = xa - xc

- hartnn

yes, distribute then bring all terms with 'c' together, then factor out c

- hartnn

its yc-yb on the left...

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So C= xa-xc / (y-b)

- hartnn

there, u were not able to isolate C, notice, c is there on right side also

- hartnn

yc-yb = xa - xc
yc+xc = xa+yb
got this step ?

- hartnn

now can u isolate c ?

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I thought ititd be yc-cb = xa - xc since u cross mult tho..

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right x)

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yesyes i did that xD

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what does left side simplify to ?

- hartnn

knowing that its given that x+y=1

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C= xa+yb / y+x

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what is x+y= ?

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Wait but does C equal to that O:

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yes.

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oh okay lol Um y+x = .. ?

- hartnn

its given to be =1
see the question

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Oh cool so it would just be xa+yb

- hartnn

yes, c=xa+yb
now u know what to do next ?

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PLug it to...

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we know that C=(x3,y3)
and O=(0,0)
so can you find = ?

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- hartnn

which is ?

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x3,y3

- hartnn

so =C
so we can replace C by
right ?

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ohhyeauhhh! ool!

- hartnn

in same way, we can replace A by ... ?
B by ... ?

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A with x1,y1??

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A with

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yes..

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so put all those in
c=xa+y
and see whether u get what needs to be proven..

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Do u mean plug in the value sliket his

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OH THATS what you ment I tots get that!

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all steps clear ? any doubts ?

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Wait and how did u kno that OC=c and OA =A and OB = B ?

- hartnn

C = (x3,y3)
=C-O = (x3,y3)-(0,0) = (x3-0,y3-0) = (x3,y3) = C
same for A and b

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got it ?

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yea thanks (: Do you think we can do another in like 10 min?? I I need to sleep asap since I need to wake up early tomorrow (x

- hartnn

same type ? ....actually even i need to go in few minutes...

- hartnn

lets me see the question atleast

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OK but && Oh and alsoo how did you know that ( C- B)/(A-C) = x/y

- hartnn

it is given that BC /CA = x/y
now
BC=C-B
CA=A-C

- hartnn

remember for any vector XY, we can write it as Y-X

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oh okay why is it flipped again?

- hartnn

flipped again ? means ?

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Oh I mean like why isnt it like BC= B-c instead its C-B

- hartnn

its the conventional way of representation,
but if you take BC=B-C , you will get same exact final answer....

- hartnn

so its no difference, just a way of representation

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Oh right k thnx!
lemme post the other problem I dont think we have enough tim :C

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