rock_mit182
  • rock_mit182
find the distance between the parallel planes: a) 2x +y -2z =0 and 2x+y -2z =5
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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happy_to_help
  • happy_to_help
Is that how the question is written?
rock_mit182
  • rock_mit182
In Exercises 37 and 38, find the distance between the parallel planes. 37. 2x + y - 2z = 0 and 2x + y - 2z = 5
happy_to_help
  • happy_to_help
This is the formula you have to use
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rock_mit182
  • rock_mit182
I guess i need that creepy formula: "In the case where the line £ is in IR2 and its equation has the general form ax + by = c, the distance d(B, €) from B = (x0, y0) is given by the formula"
happy_to_help
  • happy_to_help
They dont give you a graph?
rock_mit182
  • rock_mit182
\[d(\beta,\iota) = \frac{ |a x_{0} + b y_{0}+ c| }{\sqrt{a ^{2}+b ^{2}} }\]
rock_mit182
  • rock_mit182
no, they don't give anything. But i guess it would be something like:|dw:1443017717632:dw|
rock_mit182
  • rock_mit182
@texaschic101 @inkyvoyd Could you give me a hand on this one..
rock_mit182
  • rock_mit182
@paki @welshfella
rock_mit182
  • rock_mit182
In general, the distance d(B,
welshfella
  • welshfella
first you must find a point that lies on one of the planes for the first equation x = y = z = 0 so there is the point (0,0,0) on that plane
welshfella
  • welshfella
so now you can use your formula
rock_mit182
  • rock_mit182
that's all ?
rock_mit182
  • rock_mit182
what if use a point of the other plane should i get the same answer ?
welshfella
  • welshfella
x0 y0 and z0 = 0 d = 5
welshfella
  • welshfella
yes I've never come across this formula before but i dont see why not Its easy to use (0,0,0) though
welshfella
  • welshfella
the numerator will be 5 and plug in a = 2 , b = 1 and c = -2
rock_mit182
  • rock_mit182
ok it seems easy... could you help me with this one: Find the normal form of the equation of the plane that passes through P = (O, - 2, 5 ) and is parallel to the plane with general equation 6x - y + 2z = 3 .
welshfella
  • welshfella
I'd have to look all that stuff up I'm afraid but i haven't got the time at the moment.
rock_mit182
  • rock_mit182
ok fine, thanks anyway

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