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 Nov19 awarded Supporter Nov19 accepted Determining the Coordinates of the point on the x-axis that are equidistant Nov19 comment Determining the Coordinates of the point on the x-axis that are equidistant Am I correct in saying that the equation is obtained by supstituting vector AB in the equation ax + by + cz + d = 0 Nov19 comment Determining the Coordinates of the point on the x-axis that are equidistant Where did you get the equation 6 + d = 0? Nov19 asked Determining the Coordinates of the point on the x-axis that are equidistant Mar13 awarded Student Mar13 accepted Determining Approximate Solutions at Intervals - $\tan x$ Mar13 awarded Commentator Mar13 comment Determining Approximate Solutions at Intervals - $\tan x$ i have edited the origianl post to make it pi Mar13 comment Determining Approximate Solutions at Intervals - $\tan x$ and i accidently wrote 2Pi, its actually just Pi Mar13 revised Determining Approximate Solutions at Intervals - $\tan x$ deleted 1 characters in body Mar13 comment Determining Approximate Solutions at Intervals - $\tan x$ sorry i havent learned arctangent and i was looking through the unit and it doesnt mention it Mar13 asked Determining Approximate Solutions at Intervals - $\tan x$ Mar12 awarded Scholar Mar12 accepted Compound angle formulas Mar12 revised Compound angle formulas added 342 characters in body Mar12 revised Compound angle formulas added 47 characters in body Mar12 comment Compound angle formulas I don't understand how you went from $\dfrac{\sqrt{6}\sqrt{2}}{4}$ to $\dfrac{\sqrt{3}+1}{2 \sqrt{2}}$ Mar11 revised Compound angle formulas added 514 characters in body Mar11 comment Compound angle formulas $\dfrac{\sqrt{6}\sqrt{2}}{4}$