turntaker
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Lol I'll analyse it economically.Do 1911 then, don't do 1917 if you don't like computing lol.
The question says:
Is the answer of:
<x,y,z> = <2,-2,5> + <1,1,-3>t (my answer)
the same as:
<x,y,z> = <1,1,-3> + <-2,2,-5>t (textbook answer)
It really is not luring if the course poses more risk to my marks than benefit to my skills set. If I end up doing 1917 some other things would've had to lure me into it.You're missing out on a wonderful way to see things leehuan is 1917
The courses is probably one of the most useful first year courses in UNSW.
Even in that case it's still better to do 1917 if you're concerned about marks. It's always better to do higher versions of any course at Uni if you're gunning for a solid mark.It really is not luring if the course poses more risk to my marks than benefit to my skills set. If I end up doing 1917 some other things would've had to lure me into it.
Without knowing how much of an effect scaling has I really don't feel like using that as my backup for underperforming in the more demanding course.Even in that case it's still better to do 1917 if you're concerned about marks. It's always better to do higher versions of any course at Uni if you're gunning for a solid mark.
Have you had 1151 exam yet? How was it?Without knowing how much of an effect scaling has I really don't feel like using that as my backup for underperforming in the more demanding course.
I can't say for sure if I'll end up putting too much effort into 1917 and neglecting my three other courses during the semester either, because I "failed to see a need to balance my study pattern" or etc.
Upcoming Friday. (Mentally not looking forward to it, physically just semi-putting it off for the time being to study for accounting)Have you had 1151 exam yet? How was it?
You can easily do well in comp1917 if you put the time and effort into it (and see the joy of it).It really is not luring if the course poses more risk to my marks than benefit to my skills set. If I end up doing 1917 some other things would've had to lure me into it.
I suppose you could say that about any course; effort pays offYou can easily do well in comp1917 if you put the time and effort into it (and see the joy of it).
But it is a very time consuming course. You will need to make sure you're not neglecting any subjects while doing it. And of course comp1917 itself. If you don't keep up, then yeah your mark will suffer.
How do I convert these to vector parametric form?
This may help:How do I convert these to vector parametric form?
To find the intercept with one of the axes, set the other two variables to 0 and try and solve for the variable whose axis' intercept we're finding. (If you get no solution, it means the line doesn't intersect that axis. A line in 3D need not have any axial intercepts (in fact usually won't), unlike in 2D. You could also get infinitely many solutions, which would mean the line is actually one of the axes).is there an easy way to calculate the x,y,z intercepts of a 3D line
This question is asking for when it intersects the coordinate planes, rather than coordinate axes, which is what you originally asked for.I tried applying your given method for the line, but the textbook has a value for he intercepts. I don't think I understood the question correctly.
The answer was given as:
I tried applying your given method for the line, but the textbook has a value for he intercepts. I don't think I understood the question correctly.
The answer was given as: