, Ok, so I found and So then, And I have a normal vector at point So then, Did I do this correctly? Thanks for looking.
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Originally Posted by downthesun01 , You should have looked at . Where is your
at point Still getting z=0 And it still seems like an odd answer for some reason.
Originally Posted by downthesun01 at point Still getting z=0 And it still seems like an odd answer for some reason. 1. Which reasons? 2. I've attached the graph of z and the tangent plane. And it looks as if your calcualtions are OK. So again: which reasons?
Honestly, z=0 just seems kind of boring. I know, not a very good reason. Thanks for the graph though. It makes it really easy to see that the answer is correct. Much appreciated.