By Gordon Fuller, Dalton Tarwater
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Isosceles: 4(-l,3), B(3,0), C(6,4). 17. 4(-4,4), B(-3,-3), C(3,3). that the triangles 18-21 are right triangles: 18. 4(1,3), B(10,5), C(2,l). 19. 20. 4(0,3), 21. 22. is 15. Show B(-3,-4), C(2,-2). that 4(- v/3,1), 4(-3,l), B(4,-2), C(2,3). 4(4,-3), B(3,4), C(0,0). and C(2\/3,4) are vertices of an equiB(2\/3, -2), lateral triangle. 23. Given the points 4(1,1), B(5,4), C(2,8), and D(-2,5), show that the quad- rilateral ABCD Determine if has all its sides equal. the points in each problem 24-27 24.
Show that in Write the equation Ax + By + C = form the coefficient of x is equal to cos w and the coefficient of y is equal to sin w, where w is the inclination of the perpendicular segment drawn from the 38. this origin to the line. CHAPTER 4 TRANSFORMATION OF COORDINATES 4-1 Introduction. Suppose that we have a curve in the coordinate plane and the equation which represents the curve. We wish to take another pair of axes in the plane and find the equation of the same curve with respect to the new axes.
3, This is called the intercept form of the equation of a straight line. It may be used when the intercepts are different from zero. Equation (2) represents a line passing through (0,6). The equation may be altered slightly to focus attention on any other point of the line. If the line passes through y\ = mxi (21,1/1), we have + 6, and 6 = y\ mx\. Substituting for b gives y = mx + yi - mx\, and hence y - yi = m(x - (4) x,). (4) is called the point-slope form of the equation of a line. the line of equation (4) passes through the point (#2,1/2), then Equation If and we have y - yi = ^-E"7J (* - ^ *>) can readily be seen that the graph of this equation passes through the points (xiii/i) and (0*2,1/2).
Analytic Geometry by Gordon Fuller, Dalton Tarwater