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reviewed Close Has any system a minimal subsystem
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reviewed Close Good resource to learn geometric interpretations of matrices
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reviewed Close find a point such that the distance between this point and a plane is equal to the distance between another point and a line
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comment find a point such that the distance between this point and a plane is equal to the distance between another point and a line
As written the soluton is non-unique. $d(A,r)$ is a fixed number, so when that number is non-zero there are two planes of worth of points verifying your equality. Please check if you asked the question you intend to ask.
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reviewed Close How to apply modular division correctly?
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reviewed Close What is the line of greatest slope of a plane?
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reviewed Close Linear Transformation on $\mathbb{R}^6$
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reviewed Close Prove that Boolean algebra P(S) is isomorphic with the product.
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reviewed Leave Open What does it mean?
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reviewed Close How to prove if ∀y(∃x(sx = y) ∧ ∃x(sy = x)) is logically valid
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reviewed Close Ellipse fun (given an arc length, calculate theta)
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reviewed Close Linearly independent columns
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reviewed Close Linear Algebra. Closed unit ball. Prove.
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reviewed Close Basic Number Theory in Mathematica
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comment Basic Number Theory in Mathematica
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it should be asked on the Mathematica stackexchange.
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reviewed Close Basic inequality problem
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comment Basic inequality problem
What does this have to do with calculus?
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reviewed Close Finding Eigenvalues of given linear operator
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comment Find angle given arc length and radius
There is a slight difference to the question @MvG linked to. Here the radius is given as measured relative to one focal point. There the radius is given as measure relative to the center.