Any help is appreciated. To begin with i did when x=0 y=c1 so i got the (0 c1) part I don't know how to proceed.
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Originally Posted by kandyfloss Any help is appreciated. To begin with i did when x=0 y=c1 so i got the (0 c1) part I don't know how to proceed. 1. Determine the coordinates of the x- and y-intercept of L1: and 2. The line L1 passes through A with the staionary vector and B with the staionary vector 3. Factor out and set and you'll get the given result.
To start with, to show that is another way of writing , you will need to evaluate ... By expanding and simplifying we find that and so and . From the first equation we can see and substituting into the second equation gives as required...
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