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1) ('05 P1 #1)The vectors a, b, and c are defined by a = 2 , b =

1

1

5 , and c =

2

2

y .

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Solution

2a b = (6i + 4j 2k) (i +5j + 2k) = 5i j 4k

(2a b) . c = 2(5) y 4(3) = 0, so y = -2.

2) ('05 P1 #3) The line

x 3

5z

= y +1 =

an the plane 2x y + 3z = 10 intersect at the

2

3

Solution

The parametric equation of the line is as follows:

x = 2 + 3, y = 1, z = -3 + 5.

Plug this into the equation of the plane to yield

2(2 + 3) ( 1) + 3(-3 + 5) = 10

4 + 6 + 1 9 + 15 = 10

-6 = -12

=2

Plugging this back into the line equation, we find the intersection to be (7, 1, -1).

3) ('04 P1 #8) Given that a = (i+2j+k), b = (i-3j+2k) and c = (2i+j-2k), calculate

( a b) (b c) .

Solution

a b = 5j k

i

b c = 1

2

j

3

1

k

2 = 6i + 4 j + k + 6k 2i + 2 j = 4i + 6 j + 7k

2

( a b) (b c ) = 0( 4) + 5( 6) + ( 1)(7) = 23

y +1 z

= an the plane r (i + 2 j k ) = 1 intersect at the

2

3

Solution

x = + 1, y = 2 1, z = 3. Plug this into the equation of the plane to yield:

(+1)(1)+(2-1)2 + (-1)(3) = 1

+1 + 4 - 2 - 3 = 1

2 = 2

=1

The point of intersection is (2, 1, 3).

5) ('02 P1 #5) Find the angle between the vectors v = i+j+2k and w = 2i+3k+k. Give your

answer in radians.

Solution

Let the angle between the vectors be . Then, using the dot product of the two vectors we

find:

v w =1( 2) +1(3) + 2(1) = 6 14 cos

cos =

7

6 14

7

2 3

, so = .702

6) ('02 P1 #8) The vector equation of the lines L1 and L2 are given by

L1: r = i+j+k + (i+2j+3k)

L2: r = i+4j+5k + (2i+j+2k)

The two lines intersect at the point P. Find the position vector of P.

Solution

Here is the parametric equation of L1: x = 1+ , y = 1+2, z = 1+3

Here is the parametric equation of L2: x = 1+2, y = 4+, z = 5 + 2

Setting the x-coordinates of these two equations equal we find

1+ = 1+2, so = 2.

Setting the y-coordinates of these two equations equal we find

1+2 = 4+, substitute for to yield

1 + 4 = 4 +

= 1 so = 2.

This also satisfies the equation for z. Thus, the point of intersection can be obtained by

either plugging in = 2 into L1 or = 1 into L2. Thus, P is (3, 5, 7).

7) ('01 P1 #9) Find the equation of the line of intersection of the two planes -4x + y + z =

-2 and 3x y + 2z = -1.

Solution

-4x + y + z = -2

3x y + 2z = -1

-------------------x + 3z = -3

x = 3z + 3

8x 2y 2z = 4

3x y + 2z = -1

-------------------11x 3y = 3

x = (3y+3)/11

8) ('01 P1 #12) Find an equation of the plane containing the two lines

x 1 =

1 y

x +1 2 y z + 2

= z 2 and

=

=

2

3

3

5

Solution

The direction vectors of the lines are i 2j + k and 3i 3j + 5k. The normal to the plane

is perpendicular to these to vectors. Obtain this normal using the cross product:

i

1

3

j

2

3

k

1 = 10i + 3 j 3k + 6k + 3i 5 j = 7i 2 j + 3k

5

Thus, the equation of the plane is of the form 7x + 2y 3z = D. To solve for D, plug in a

point on the plane. One of these points is (1, 1, 2). (This was obtained by plugging in x=1

in the equation of the first line.) D = 7 + 2 6 = 3. Thus, the equation of the plane is

7x + 2y 3z = 3.

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