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**syedmaheen** Hey good day everyone,this is my first post here,so I am sorry if I am not following the proper guidelines for posting here.

The following sets of points represent simple geometric figures in a plane.V and B are real numbers.For each problem draw a sketch in the (V,B) plane and a second sketch in the R^2,R^3,R^4 as appropriate.For each problem identify the geometric shape.

a) S={x:x= (0,1) +V(1,2) + B(2,3) for 0<=V<=1,0<=B<=1}

b) S={x:x= V(2,1,-2) + B(4,-2,3) for 0<=V<=6, 0<=B<=V}

c) S={x:x= V(2,1,-2,2) + B(4,-2,3,-1) for 0<=V<=6, 0<=V<=B}

This is first year first semester algebra in my algebra course,and honestly I have no idea how to go about sketching the two diagrams,if someone could break down as to how these should be down in detail,it would be of great help.