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 Feb18 comment Finding parametric and symmetric equations for a line Sorry I'm not really understanding your answer.. Feb18 asked Finding parametric and symmetric equations for a line Feb15 comment Parametrization of a line How has my equation been reduced to one variable with parametrization? Feb15 comment Parametrization of a line But so whats the difference between using x and t in the equation? Feb15 asked Parametrization of a line Feb15 accepted Determining if a line is orthogonal to a plane Feb15 comment Determining if a line is orthogonal to a plane @Arturo any idea about the parametrization of the plane? Feb15 comment Determining if a line is orthogonal to a plane and what about for finding the parametrization of the plane? Feb15 comment Determining if a line is orthogonal to a plane So it'd be $<2,3,5>X<-4,-12,18>$? Feb15 revised Determining if a line is orthogonal to a plane added 153 characters in body Feb15 comment Determining if a line is orthogonal to a plane Oh well I already knew the normal vector of the plane, $<2,3,5>$, and now the normal vector of the line (if I can call it that) is just $<1,0,2>$? Feb15 accepted Why is Euler's Identity stated the way it is? Feb15 accepted Finding equation of a plane Feb15 asked Determining if a line is orthogonal to a plane Feb15 asked Finding equation of a plane Feb13 accepted Question on Quadric Surfaces Feb13 comment Why is Euler's Identity stated the way it is? Sorry I wasnt sure what to tag this at all, so I chose calculus. Please fix as needed. Feb13 asked Why is Euler's Identity stated the way it is? Feb10 comment Question on Quadric Surfaces And so when I'm graphing this by hand and for the first step where I set z=k, do I just plot that as a one dimensional ellipse? How do I plot that part? How do I treat the $k^2/4$? Feb10 asked Question on Quadric Surfaces