Hello,
Can someone tell me if what I am doing is correct. I am trying to solve this equation
what exactly do you want to solve?
of 0 = n ( p - p0 ) where n, p, and p0 are points on the plane.
I assume that the term on the RHS of the equation should be a product. But the product of points is not defined.
For me the equations looks like an equation of a line(of a plane) in normal form in 2D (3D), where are vectors.
Assume this is a 2D dimension (x,y). Is this the correct way of calculating this equation.
0 = nx (px - p0x) + ny (py - p0y)
Assuming that are the components of the vectors then this transformation is the correct scalar product of vectors. But I still don't know why you are doing this!
Purpose: I am trying to find if point p resides on the positive or negative side of the plane.
I don't know the positive or negative side of a plane. About the y-axis, about the x-axis, about what?
Only help if you know the answer please.
My reply isn't an answer because you didn't post a question!
Thanks