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Q: An equation for a line in the plane allows you to find the x- and y-coordinates of any point on that line?
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An equation allows you to find the x- and coordinates of any point on the xy - plane?

Yes if it is a straight line equation


An equation allows you to find the x- and y-coordinates of any point on the xy-plane?

True


Which point is not on the plane with equation 2x 3y 5z 7?

The origin (0,0,0) is not on the plane.


What is the set of an equation in two variables in the set of all points in a coordinate plane that represent all the solutions of the equation?

To graph the set of all the solutions to an equation in two variables, means to draw a curve on a plane, such that each solution to the equation is a point on the curve, and each point on the curve is a solution to the equation. The simplest curve is a straight line.


How do you get from one point to another on a coordinate plane?

By plotting the coordinates of a straight line equation.


What allows a figure to remain congruent as it rotates around a point in its plane?

Rigidity.


Does an equation allow you to find the x and y coordinates of any point on the xy plane?

Yes if it is a straight line equation


What does the equation allows you to find on any point on the line?

The x and y coordinates


What is y equals 6x plus 4?

It is a linear equation in two variables, x and y. Any point on the line defined by the equation will satisfy the equation and conversely, any ordered pair that satisfies the equation will represent a point, in the Cartesian plane, will be on the line.


Would the mirror equation work for plane mirrors?

No, it will not, this is because a plane mirror has no focal point. It's rays never converge at a single point like a concave mirror, and therefore it has no focal point The mirror equation is 1/f=1/di + 1/do, where f is the focal point, di is the distance of the image from the mirror, and do is the distance of the reflected object from the mirror. Since focal point is required for the equation, it can't work. Hope this helps.


If you are given the graph of a line in an xy-plane and its corresponding equation you can be sure that the coordinates of every point on that line will satisfy the equation?

Yes, I'm confident of that.


What is a plane in mathematics terms?

In 3 dimensional graphing, a plane is a 2 dimensional solution to an equation. In other terms, a plane is all lines parallel to each other where one point on each line is colinear with one point on each line. Associate point:0d, line:1d, plane:2d.