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 Mar 9 asked Proving a statement by contradiction Mar 1 accepted Understanding the intuition behind math Feb 26 awarded Nice Question Feb 26 comment Understanding the intuition behind math Excellent answer. I will definitely take your advice! Feb 26 comment Understanding the intuition behind math Well I'm currently studying derivatives of vector valued functions. If you ask me to solve a problem, I'll do it for you. But if you ask me to tell you what it means and how can it be used, then I'll have absolutely no idea. I passed Calc II with an A last semester, but I have no idea what I learned. Its like a blackout to me, as if I were drunk and studying math. Feb 26 accepted Finding parametric and symmetric equations for a line Feb 26 accepted Parametrization of a line Feb 26 asked Understanding the intuition behind math Feb 18 comment Finding parametric and symmetric equations for a line Sorry I'm not really understanding your answer.. Feb 18 asked Finding parametric and symmetric equations for a line Feb 15 comment Parametrization of a line How has my equation been reduced to one variable with parametrization? Feb 15 comment Parametrization of a line But so whats the difference between using x and t in the equation? Feb 15 asked Parametrization of a line Feb 15 accepted Determining if a line is orthogonal to a plane Feb 15 comment Determining if a line is orthogonal to a plane @Arturo any idea about the parametrization of the plane? Feb 15 comment Determining if a line is orthogonal to a plane and what about for finding the parametrization of the plane? Feb 15 comment Determining if a line is orthogonal to a plane So it'd be $<2,3,5>X<-4,-12,18>$? Feb 15 revised Determining if a line is orthogonal to a plane added 153 characters in body Feb 15 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 $<1,0,2>$? Feb 15 accepted Why is Euler's Identity stated the way it is?