Find a scalar equation of the plane that contains the point P(2,4,1) and is parallel to the plane \(2x_1 + 3x_2 -5x_3 = 6\).

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Find a scalar equation of the plane that contains the point P(2,4,1) and is parallel to the plane \(2x_1 + 3x_2 -5x_3 = 6\).

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just plug the numbers in.
|dw:1443664554238:dw| simplifying that, I got 11, so d =11 will the answer be 2x1 + 3x2 - 5x3 = 11?
that's what i did, just wanted to make sure if I'm right

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i usually have a mistake in vector and scalar equations.. I usually switch them
can we fin vector equation from this?
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|dw:1443665007633:dw|
ok thanks for confirming it :) can we find vector equation from this scalar equation? is it possible?
why not? @chris00 now your turn
wait is there even a vector equation for a plane? O.o
haha nice to throw the ball to me
it's not hard, right? all of us know how to do, right?
there is a normal vector equation for the plane...
you can simply read that off
what this represents is
|dw:1443665293308:dw|
hey, guy, give him the easiest way, please.
isn't that just \[(r-r _{o})n=0\] jeez, its been so long
got it, nvm
where n is the normal?
yolo
what did ya do?
i am already doing another prob
oh, sorry mate
probs need a refresher since its been like 4yrs ago since I've done this lel
try this then: Verify the triangle inequality and the CAuchy-Schwarz inequality if: |dw:1443665710601:dw|
2x1+3x2-5x3=11 \(x_1= 11/2 - (3/2)x_2 +(5/2)x_3\) Hence vector equation is \(\vec x= \left[\begin{matrix}(11/2)-(3/2)x_2 +(5/2)x_3\\x_2\\x_3\end {matrix}\right]\) Now, turn to \(\vec x= \left[\begin{matrix}11/2\\0\\0\end{matrix}\right]+ x_2\left[\begin{matrix}(-3/2)\\1\\0\end{matrix}\right]+x_3\left[\begin{matrix}(5/2)\\0\\1\end{matrix}\right]\)
That is the easiest way to find the vector equation from a scalar one.
just replace x2 = lambda 1 and x3 = lambda2
\[|u.v|\le|u||v|\]
i think thats the Cauchy schwartz inequality theorem
pretty straight forward if u apply this, i rekn
ok got it..i use the other one: |dw:1443666019926:dw|
thanks.
the triangle inequality?
sus this http://www.math.lsa.umich.edu/~speyer/417/CauchySchwartz.pdf
u don't need to verify anything if u just proof it using variables
cause a proof applies it for all cases. but its easier with numbers cause you just plug and chug it into formulas
it says on the question "Verify the Triangle Inequality"
yea, probs best to just verify then. i was just giving you a proof for you to understand that it word for any case. perhaps you can read that in your own time to familiarise it for yourself
i will do that for sure :) I'm studying it right now. Thanks for all your help. Really appreciate it
no problem. good luck :)

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