d.

Math 54 Exam 3 Exercises 1.

|| = 12, || = 15, the angle between the two vectors is

b. 2.

4.

b.

= 4 âˆ’ 3, = 2 + 4 + 6

7.

c. d.

a.

= âŒŠ1, âˆ’1,0âŒŞ, = âŒŠ3,2,1âŒŞ

b.

= 3 + 2 + 4, = âˆ’ 2 âˆ’ 3

+ 3! = 1.

The plane that contains the line = 3 + 2,

= ,

! = 8 âˆ’ and is parallel to the plane 2 + 4 + 8! = 17.

Find two unit vectors orthogonal to both + and e.

The plane through the points (0,1,1), (1,0,1) and (1,1,0).

Find a vector orthogonal to the plane through (2,0,3), f.

The plane through the origin and the points (2, âˆ’4,6) and (5,1,3).

Determine whether each statement is true or false. a.

Two lines parallel to a third line are parallel.

b.

Two lines perpendicular to a third line are parallel.

g.

The plane that passes through the point (6,0, âˆ’2) and

h.

The plane that passes through the point (1, âˆ’1,1) and

contains the line = 4 âˆ’ 2,

= 3 + 5, ! = 7 + 4.

c.

Two planes parallel to a third plane are parallel.

d.

Two planes perpendicular to a third plane are parallel.

contains the line with symmetric equations = 2 =

e.

Two lines parallel to a plane are parallel.

3!.

f.

Two lines perpendicular to a plane are parallel.

g.

Two planes parallel to a line are parallel.

h.

Two planes perpendicular to a line are parallel.

i.

The plane that passes through the point (âˆ’1,2,1) and contains the line of intersection of the planes +

j.

âˆ’ ! = 2 and 2 âˆ’

+ 3! = 1.

The plane that passes through the line of intersection

i.

Two planes either intersect or are parallel.

j.

Two lines either intersect or are parallel.

of the planes âˆ’ ! = 1 and

k.

A plane and a line either intersect or are parallel.

perpendicular to the plane +

Find a set of parametric and symmetric equations, if any, for a. b. c. d.

+ 2! = 3 and is âˆ’ 2! = 1.

11. Determine whether the planes are parallel, perpendicular, or neither. If neither, find the angle between them.

The line through (1,0, âˆ’3) and parallel to the vector

a.

+ ! = 1,

2 âˆ’ 4 + 5.

b.

âˆ’8 âˆ’ 6 + 2! = 1, ! = 4 + 3

The line through (âˆ’2,4,10) and parallel to the vector

c.

+ 4 âˆ’ 3! = 1, âˆ’3 + 6 + 7! = 0

âŒŠ3,1, âˆ’8âŒŞ.

d.

2 + 2 âˆ’ ! = 4, 6 âˆ’ 3 + 2! = 5

The line through the origin and parallel to the line = 2,

+!=1

12. Find parametric equations for the line through the point (0,1,2) that is parallel to the plane +

= 1 âˆ’ , ! = 4 + 3.

The line through the point (1,0,6) and perpendicular

perpendicular to the line = 1 + ,

e.

The line through the origin and the point (1,2,3).

f.

The line of intersection of the planes +

+! = 1

= 1 âˆ’ , ! = 2.

(0,1,2) that is perpendicular to the line = 1 + , = 1 âˆ’ , ! = 2 and intersects this line. 14. Recall that the distance from a point (2 ,

and + ! = 0. Find symmetric equations for the line that passes through parametric equations = 1 + 2,

âˆš6; ,8;

= 3, and ! = 5 âˆ’ 7.

dimensional system so that the distance from a plane = + > + ?! + @ = 0 to a point (2 ,

intersecting, or skew (non-intersecting and non-parallel). If

plane, is

=

+,-

=

=

a.

#$ :

b.

#$ :

c.

#$ : = âˆ’6,

% ()$ %

*

=

.)$

|=2 + >

)/ .)$ *

,

,

#% : âˆ’ 2 = #% : =

+,% %

=

= 1 + 9, ! = âˆ’3,

21, = 4 âˆ’ 31, ! = 1

+,$ / .,%

=

.

to a line

. Prove that we can extend this to the three-

Determine whether the lines #$ and #% are parallel, they intersect, find the point of intersection.

2)

3 + 4 + 5 = 0, in two dimensional system, is |6(7 ,8+7 ,9|

the point (0,2, âˆ’1) and is parallel to the line with

()*

+ ! = 2 and

13. Find parametric equations for the line through the point

to the plane + 3 + ! = 5.

9.

The plane through the origin and parallel to the plane 2 âˆ’

Find the cross product.

the following lines.

8.

The plane through the point (4,0, âˆ’3) and with normal vector + 2.

Find a unit vector that is orthogonal to both + and +

(3,1,0), and (5,2,2), and the area of âˆ†. 6.

The plane through the point (6,3,2) and perpendicular to the vector âŒŠâˆ’2,1,5âŒŞ

âˆ’ + . 5.

a.

.

, without using cross product. 3.

#% : = 2 âˆ’

1, = 1 + 21, ! = 4 + 1 10. Find an equation of the following planes.

Find â‹… . a.

#$ : = 1 + , = 2 âˆ’ , ! = 3,

âˆš=%

2

2 , !2 ),

+ ?!2 + @|

+ >% + ? %

not on the

.

%

/

#% : = 1 +

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Math 54 - LE 3 b

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