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# hw_2B_i_Solutions - IHW#2B Part I Solutions Part I A = 2 1...

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IHW #2B, Part I Solutions M 333L FALL 2010 Part I: A = ( 2, 1 ) , B = ( 3, 1 ) H 1 is the half-plane { (x, y) | y > 1 } . H 2 is the half-plane { (x, y) | y < 1 } . Line L is the vertical line with equation x = 5 . 1) r = 20 . Let h and y 0 be the variables indicated in the figure. 0 0 tan 20 ; 3 3 tan 20 ; 3 (0.3639702) ; 1.0919107 ; 2.0919107 ; 2.0919 ( ) h h h h y y rounded  The coordinates of T 1 are ( 5 , 2.0919 ). (5, y 0 ) = T 1 3 h H 2 H 1 20 y 0 = 1 + h A B (5, 1) (2, 1) (3, 1)

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2 2) r = 40 . Let h and y 0 be the variables indicated in the figure. 0 0 tan 40 ; 3 3 tan 40 ; 3 (0.8390996) ; 2.51729889 ; 3.51729889 ; 3.5173 ( ) h h h h y y rounded  The coordinates of T 2 are ( 5 , 3.5173 ). 3) r = 60 . Let h and y 0 be the variables indicated in the figure. 0 0 tan 60 ; 3 3 tan 60 ; 3 (1.7320508) ;
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