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    graphing planes

    The genral equatiion of a plane is Ax+By=Cz=D, where A,B,C, and D are all real numbers and A is nonnegative. Find the equation ofthe plane containing the points (3,0,0), (0,8,0), and (0,0,3). Show each step of your process. Then graph the plane
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    Re: graphing planes

    A better idea would be to show some effort - what have you tried? Where are you stuck?
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    Re: graphing planes

    on the graphing part. I figured the lcm as 24 but am still having trouble figuring how to graph the plane. Do I use the points or do I replace the 0 in the points with what my numbers are for A,band C?
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    Re: graphing planes

    I figured it out. I was over thinking the graph.
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