How can I draw a plane with 2 vectors coming out of it from one point at 2 different angles?
It is a plane of the form ax + by + cz = 0 with 2 vectors <a,b,c> and <u,v,w> coming out of the plane from the same point.
Actually that question really is confused.
For one, there is only one angle between any two vectors.
A plane contains the origin .
But more important, the vector is perpendicular to any vector parallel to that plane.
By 2 different angles, I meant that <a,b,c> comes out at a 90 degree angle and the other one comes from the same point at some other angle.
Well that is somewhat clearer.
So to the OP.
Any two non-parallel vectors and a point determine a unique plane.
Given vectors and point
the plane they determine is
Well that is somewhat clearer.
So to the OP.
Any two non-parallel vectors and a point determine a unique plane.
Given vectors and point
the plane they determine is
I am trying to draw this with the tikz latex package.
As far as I know, LaTeX is a text formating language (with some diagram capabilities), not a "graphics" program. There is no way of "drawing" in LaTeX except by inserting graphics created through another program.