I have never seen that term. But here is a guess.Originally Posted by VonNemo19;684849I have found the general form of the equation which is [TEX
Hi Does anyone know what is meant by "the gradient-intercept form of a plane"?
I have found the general form of the equation which is , but I've never heard of a gradient-intercept form before. I'm a math tutor trying to help someone with their homework and I stumbled upon this new term.
I make use of gradients for tangent planes, but ...