By Gordon Fuller, Dalton Tarwater
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3-1) is equal to the segment PQ, where P and Q are the intersection points of the perpendicular line and the parallel The lines. (2) and The simultaneous (3) give solutions of equations (1) and the intersection points -BC We employ the formula length of PQ. (A* and equations -BC' -AC' \ (3), A +B 2 2 ' THE STRAIGHT LINU 38 [CHAP. 3 FIGURE 3-1 Since the line of equation (2) passes through Axi + Byi + C' = Hence, substituting for and 0, PI(ZI,I/I), C' we have = -Axi - Byi. C", d = Ax^ 4- #wi 4- C To remove the ambiguity as to sign, we agree to give the radical in the denominator the sign of B.
2 + 2 8. 3t/ 17. x*y + 9y 21. 23. - 4 = 0. *= 4. - xy xy - 2) 2 x* = 16. = 4. / + 3x 2 12. xy* - x*y 10. - *~' 20. + xY + xY - 22. x*y 24. 2y - 8 = 0. = 0. 0. 64. x - - - 4 4 = 0. + y+4 + 4x + 4 x 16. xy* 18. 3. - - 14. x*y 10. x y - x2 - 9y + 16 - 0. xY - x* - 9i/2 + 16 - 0. 2 4. 8. x*y* 2 + 8) - ~*~ 1) 1. 6. 15. 2/(s x*u* - 4. y t/ 13. y*(x 19 2. xy - Draw vertical asymptotes. y * 2 - 0. 0. 4. + 4y* - 0. - 16y + 9 - 0. x* - 16y + 9 = 0. 2 the CHAPTER 2 FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS AND FORMULAS 2-1 Directed lines and segments.
EXERCISE 2-1 and C(7,0). Then find the following directed and CB. segments: AB, AC, EC, BA, CA, 2. Given the points A (2, -3), 5(2,1), and C(2,5), find the directed distances AB, BA, AC, CA, BC, and CB. 1. Plot the points A(l,0), (3,0), INCLINATION AND SLOPE OF A LINE 2-3] 21 Plot the points 4(-l,0), B(2,0), and C(5,0), and verify the following BC = AC] AC CB = 4B; equations by numerical substitutions: AB 3. + + BA + AC = BC. Find the distance between the pairs of points 4. in problems 4 through 9: (1,3), (4,7).