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IB Maths HL – Vectors, Cartesian equation form of a line

How can we find the Cartesian equation form of the line passing through the point and is parallel to the vector ?

Thanks

How can we find the Cartesian equation form of the line passing through the point and is parallel to the vector ?

Thanks

- lora
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IB Math HL – Cartesian equation form of a line

The Cartesian form for the equation of a straight line is :

where is a position vector (a point on the line)

and is a direction vector ( a vector parallel to the line)

Concerning your question we have that the Cartesian equation form is given by the following formula:

Hope these help!!

The Cartesian form for the equation of a straight line is :

where is a position vector (a point on the line)

and is a direction vector ( a vector parallel to the line)

Concerning your question we have that the Cartesian equation form is given by the following formula:

Hope these help!!

- lily
**Posts:**0**Joined:**Mon Jan 28, 2013 8:04 pm

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