ok, so we have, say:

0 = a + b + c

and

0 = e + d + f

And they're parallel because I said so.

How would I go about finding the distance between them?

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- September 26th 2009, 03:47 PMFreaky-Person[SOLVED] Distance between Parallel Planes
ok, so we have, say:

0 = a + b + c

and

0 = e + d + f

And they're parallel because I said so.

How would I go about finding the distance between them? - September 26th 2009, 03:56 PMPlato
- September 26th 2009, 04:05 PMFreaky-Person
oops: the variables stay the same!

I notice that now.

Okay, how about:

ax + by + cz = 5

ex + dy + cz = 25

And they are parallel (ASSUMPTION). What formula, what method, would I use to find the distance between these planes? - September 26th 2009, 04:12 PMFreaky-Person
nevermind nevermind:

refer to:

( 718, #65 ) Find the distance between the parallel planes

amazing I didn't get this in class >.>

Thank you