Find the parametic equation of the line given by x+y-z=2,2x+3y+z=4 Attempt to solution: Is the line given by this equation the intersection of these two planes ?
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Dear nyasha, Yes it is. I will give you a hint; the first step is to take z=0. If you need further assistance please don't hesitate to reply me.
Originally Posted by Sudharaka Dear nyasha, Yes it is. I will give you a hint; the first step is to take z=0. If you need further assistance please don't hesitate to reply me. Can l use matrix row reduced echeloen form ?
Dear nyasha, I don't know what row reduced echeloen form is. But you could easily find the line in the following method. ------(1) ---------(2) This is the equation of the line. Since you need to find the parametric form, Therefore, Hope this helps.
Hello, nyasha! Here's my approach . . . Find the parametic equation of the line given by: . Add [1] and [2]: . . . Solve for Substitute into [1]: . . . Solve for We have: . On the right, replace with . . and we have: .
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