- Tallentex Sample Paper
- Integral Review Puzzle
- 03_LectureOutline Week 2 [Compatibility Mode]
- ME101
- Vector Analysis
- SSD11103 Review Jan 11 v1
- vector-addition-and-subtraction-graphical-methods-7 (1).pdf
- FWLec2
- Ppt Phy10 Wk01 Vector 1
- Vectors Analysis
- Microsoft Power Point - STATICS Handouts 3
- quiz_2
- E101
- Vector Analysis - LectureNotes2014.05 - Differential Length, Surface and Volume (1)
- 60Problems.pdf
- Tools for Students
- Euler
- Complete Flow Field Computation Around an ACV (Air-cushion Vehicle) Using 3D VOF With Lagrangian Propagation in Computational Domain
- geo sem 2 13-14
- Assistant Loco Pilot & Technician Syllabus
- 01ns-vectorValuedFns
- Scaffoldinng
- Mastering Physics 3
- GAT Test
- Emech Unit 2
- e Quil Librium
- CH 03 HW
- Tech Tip: Viewing GSF surfaces in section
- The Curriculum Physics
- Mathematics - Group 6 - Rezky, Anteng, Pramashavira Wida
- Dispatches from Pluto: Lost and Found in the Mississippi Delta
- Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future
- The Innovators: How a Group of Hackers, Geniuses, and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution
- The Unwinding: An Inner History of the New America
- Yes Please
- Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind
- The Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer
- A Heartbreaking Work Of Staggering Genius: A Memoir Based on a True Story
- This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. The Climate
- Grand Pursuit: The Story of Economic Genius
- The Prize: The Epic Quest for Oil, Money & Power
- Devil in the Grove: Thurgood Marshall, the Groveland Boys, and the Dawn of a New America
- John Adams
- The World Is Flat 3.0: A Brief History of the Twenty-first Century
- Smart People Should Build Things: How to Restore Our Culture of Achievement, Build a Path for Entrepreneurs, and Create New Jobs in America
- The Hard Thing About Hard Things: Building a Business When There Are No Easy Answers
- Rise of ISIS: A Threat We Can't Ignore
- The New Confessions of an Economic Hit Man
- Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln
- Steve Jobs
- Angela's Ashes: A Memoir
- How To Win Friends and Influence People
- Bad Feminist: Essays
- You Too Can Have a Body Like Mine: A Novel
- The Incarnations: A Novel
- The Light Between Oceans: A Novel
- Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close: A Novel
- The Sympathizer: A Novel (Pulitzer Prize for Fiction)
- The Silver Linings Playbook: A Novel
- Leaving Berlin: A Novel
- Bel Canto
- The Master
- A Man Called Ove: A Novel
- The Flamethrowers: A Novel
- Brooklyn: A Novel
- The Rosie Project: A Novel
- The Blazing World: A Novel
- We Are Not Ourselves: A Novel
- The First Bad Man: A Novel
- The Love Affairs of Nathaniel P.: A Novel
- Life of Pi
- The Perks of Being a Wallflower
- The Bonfire of the Vanities: A Novel
- Lovers at the Chameleon Club, Paris 1932: A Novel
- The Cider House Rules
- A Prayer for Owen Meany: A Novel
- The Wallcreeper
- Wolf Hall: A Novel
- The Art of Racing in the Rain: A Novel
- Beautiful Ruins: A Novel
- The Kitchen House: A Novel
- Interpreter of Maladies
- Good in Bed

F2010MATH211L03

Vectors and Lines is due : 12/01/2010 at 11:00pm MST. The number of attempts available for each question is noted beside the question. If you are having trouble ﬁguring out your error, you should consult the textbook, or ask a fellow student, one of the TA’s or your professor for help. There are also other resources at your disposal, such as the Engineering Drop in Centre and the Mathematics Continuous Tutorials. Don’t spend a lot of time guessing – it’s not very efﬁcient or effective. Make sure to give lots of signiﬁcant digits for (ﬂoating point) numerical answers. For most problems when entering numerical answers, you can if you wish enter elementary expressions such as 2 ∧ 3 instead of 8, sin(3 ∗ pi/2)instead of -1, e ∧ (ln(2)) instead of 2, (2 + tan(3)) ∗ (4 − sin(5)) ∧ 6 − 7/8 instead of 27620.3413, etc. 8. (1 pt) Find a and b such that the point (a, −1, b) lies on the line passing through the point (−4, −5, −5) and parallel to the line described by the equations: x = −9 + 4t, y = 7 − 2t, z = 0 + 1t a= b= 9. (1 pt) If (a, b, 9) is on the line passing through (3, −6, 5) and (4, −8, 6), ﬁnd the vector (x, y, z) with: (i) initial point (tail) (3, −4, −5) (ii) ﬁnal point (tip) (a, b, −5) x= y= z= 10. (1 pt) Consider the two lines L1 and L2 : L1 passes through (4, −3, 3) and (0, 5, 3); L2 passes through (4, −1, 11) and (8, 7, 3). Do L1 and L2 intersect? If they intersect at a single point, enter the coordinates (x, y, z). If the lines DO NOT intersect, enter (0, 0, 0). If the lines are IDENTICAL, enter (10, 10, 10). (x, y, z) = ( , , ). 1 1 11. (1 pt) For u = 1 and v = 2 , ﬁnd 0 1 1. The dot product u · v u·v = 2. The angle θ between u and v where θ is in [0, 180◦ ] θ= v 3. The ratio u v = u √ (Note: To enter a, use sqrt(a). Be sure to enter you answer for θ in degrees) 12. (1 pt) Consider the vectors u = [−4, −6, −4]T and v = [x, 0, z]T , where u and v are perpendicular. (a) Find the value of x if z = −3 x=

1

1. (1 pt) Find the point (x, y, z) which is 2/3 of the way from the point (−2, 0, −3) to the point (−11, −9, −6). x= y= z= 2. (1 pt) Let u = [1, −4, 2]T and v = [0, 1, −2]T . Find a such that [4, −10, a]T has the same direction as −2u − 3v a= 3. (1 pt) Consider the vectors u = [5, 2, 3]T , v = [−5, 4, −4]T and w = [5, 5, −2]T . Find a vector x = [a, b, c]T such that 3(2u + x) + w = 2x − v. x=[ , , ]T 4. (1 pt) If U(0, −1, 1), V (−1, 1, 3), and W (3, 1, −5) are three points, ﬁnd the vector x = [a, b, c]T that has: (i) initial point (tail) halfway between V and W ; − → − → (ii) terminal point (tip) at OU + OV . a= b= c= 5. (1 pt) Find the vector x = [a, b, c]T that has: (i) initial point (tail) 1/3 of the way from the point (2, −1, 1) to the point (−4, 2, −8); (ii) terminal point (tip) 1/2 of the way from the point (−1, 3, 2) to the point (−3, −1, −2). a= b= c= 6. (1 pt) Find a and b such that the point (6, a, b) lies on the line passing through the points (3, 1, −1) and (1, −7, −3) a= b= 7. (1 pt) Consider the points A(−4, −4, −5), B(1, −1, −4) and C(2, 5, 1). Find the largest distance between any pair of these points. Enter the square of the distance as your answer. Distance Squared =

−7. If u · v = u · w. Note: You can use the built in sqrt() function to enter square roots eg. b. For example. −3. then u = 0 or v = 0 • C. CD = −AF Generated by the WeBWorK system c WeBWorK Team. If u · v = 0. −2. -3/2) 13.C are the vertices of a triangle and D. (1 pt) Given u = [4. −8. ﬁnd the vectors u1 and u2 such that: (i) u1 is parallel to v. you can enter your answer as a fraction (e. (ii) u2 is orthogonal to v. A. u = [ . u1 = [ . (1 pt) For u = [3. none of the above 20. 3. −15/22 ) 14. If u · v = u · w and u = 0. Department of Mathematics. If you’d like. E are the midpoints of AB and AC respectively. If u · v = 0 for all v then u = 0 • E. √ (ii) u = 44. . 3. −10). 1. 4]T . 8. 8) to the line that passes through the point P(1. University of Rochester 2 . . 6]T + t[2. you would type ”-5/sqrt(17)” 15. c]T such that: (i) u is perpendicular to both the vectors [3. y. projv u = If you’d like. (click on the image to enlarge it) − → − → • A. 17. (1 pt) In the diagram below.(b) Find the value of x if z = 3 x= Remember. then u is orthogonal to v − w • B. CD is perpendicular to AB − → − → • E. v and w. −3]T . ﬁnd projv u. (iii) u = u1 + u2 . −2]T and v = [2. AE = EF − → − → • C. ]T . (1 pt) Find the length of the projection of the vector u = [3. 3. (1 pt) Find the vector u = [a. you can enter your answers using fractions and the √ sqrt function. ]T u2 = [ . Select ALL answers that MUST be true. sqrt(47) The distance is 19.g. E so that DE = EF. −12) to the line that passes through the points Q(4. 0. . projv u = [ . to enter the expression −5/ 17 . FC = DB − → − → • D. −2]T and [22. The distance is 18.g. 6]T . −22. z]T = [9. you can enter your answers as fractions (e. FC is parallel to AD − → − → • B. B. 0]T . then v = w • D. You can use the sqrt() function to enter square roots. −4. (1 pt) Find the shortest distance from the point P(9. 3. . ]T . −3]T and v = [−3. (1 pt) Find the shortest distance from the point Q(−13. • A. −4) and R(1. (iii) a ≥ 0. −4. ]T 16. . 0) and is parallel to the line whose equation is: [x. 2. −2]T on the vector v = [−3. (1 pt) Choose ALL correct statements below for vectors u. − → − → Suppose that F is on the line through D. 1]T .

- Tallentex Sample PaperUploaded byPNDSCRIBD2014
- Integral Review PuzzleUploaded byrandomlicious
- 03_LectureOutline Week 2 [Compatibility Mode]Uploaded bypis619
- ME101Uploaded byDevaditya Mohanty
- Vector AnalysisUploaded byLuLu Szcahliszh
- SSD11103 Review Jan 11 v1Uploaded byjohnjabaraj
- vector-addition-and-subtraction-graphical-methods-7 (1).pdfUploaded byAnonymous mZaM4JqZDu
- FWLec2Uploaded bybstrong1218
- Ppt Phy10 Wk01 Vector 1Uploaded byJed Efraim Espanillo
- Vectors AnalysisUploaded byA.h. Nugraha
- Microsoft Power Point - STATICS Handouts 3Uploaded byMikko Valdez
- quiz_2Uploaded byKevin Chen
- E101Uploaded byJeff Cruz
- Vector Analysis - LectureNotes2014.05 - Differential Length, Surface and Volume (1)Uploaded bylewej16
- 60Problems.pdfUploaded byVenkata Allamsetty
- Tools for StudentsUploaded byJohnson Liu
- EulerUploaded byDan Piponi
- Complete Flow Field Computation Around an ACV (Air-cushion Vehicle) Using 3D VOF With Lagrangian Propagation in Computational DomainUploaded byZaida Asyfa
- geo sem 2 13-14Uploaded byapi-235697108
- Assistant Loco Pilot & Technician SyllabusUploaded byBSMK60
- 01ns-vectorValuedFnsUploaded byChurreya Chai Lom
- ScaffoldinngUploaded byGnaneswar Sambhana
- Mastering Physics 3Uploaded byozilla_26_me
- GAT TestUploaded byAnonymous R3ta8S
- Emech Unit 2Uploaded bysenthil
- e Quil LibriumUploaded bydebbyhooi
- CH 03 HWUploaded bysmk1983
- Tech Tip: Viewing GSF surfaces in sectionUploaded by11804
- The Curriculum PhysicsUploaded byDita Wahyu Rahman
- Mathematics - Group 6 - Rezky, Anteng, Pramashavira WidaUploaded bywidakusuma