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    Scalar Equation of a line in a Plane

    State a normal of a line that is ; parallel to 2x-4y+5=0.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johntuan View Post
    State a normal of a line that is ; parallel to 2x-4y+5=0.
    state ANY normal line? normal to what?

    well, ok. solve this line for y. then just change the constant term to whatever you want, and viola!


    EDIT: i just noticed your title. what plane are you referring to? 2x - 4y + 5 = 0 is a plane? not a line in the Cartesian coordinates?
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