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1. Question Details 2. Question Details Question 123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627282930 Description 13.1 Three-dimensional coordinate systems 13.2 Vectors 13.3 The dot product Instructions A. Print out your assignment. B. Write out a complete solution with all the intermediate steps recorded. C. Submit your answers to WebAssign D. Keep your written out solutions available for inspection during class. SCalc6 13.1.001. [818653] Suppose you start at the origin, move along the x -axis a distance of 5 units in the positive direction, and then move downward a distance of 2 units. What are the coordinates of your position? ( Enter an exact number. , Enter an exact number. , Enter an exact number. ) SCalc6 13.1.003.MI. [1386448] Use the given points to answer the following questions. P ( 1 , 3 , 3 ), Q ( -7 , -4 , 5 ), R ( 0 , 5 , 1 ) (a) Which of the points is closest to the xz -plane? P Q R (b) Which point lies in the yz -plane? ssignment Previewer .. of 13 5/24/2010 2:25 PM
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3. Question Details P Q R Tutorial SCalc6 13.1.006. [818679] Use your knowledge of this chapter to answer the following questions. (a) What does x = 4 represent in 2 ? a line a plane a point nothing (b) What does x = 4 represent in 3 ? nothing a plane a point a line (c) What does the equation y = 1 represent in 3 ? a line a plane a point nothing ssignment Previewer .. of 13 5/24/2010 2:25 PM
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4. Question Details (d) What does z = 6 represent in 3 ? a plane nothing a point a line (e) What does the pair of equations y = 1 , z = 6 represent in 3 ? a plane nothing a point a line SCalc6 13.1.007. [1279957] Consider the triangle PQR . P ( 5 , -1 , 0 ), Q ( 7 , 0 , 2 ), R ( 8 , -2 , 0 ) (a) Find the lengths of the sides of the triangle PQR . | PQ | = | QR | = | RP | = (b) Is it a right triangle? Yes No (c) Is it an isosceles triangle? Yes ssignment Previewer .. of 13 5/24/2010 2:25 PM
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