By Gordon Fuller, Dalton Tarwater

Tailored for a primary path within the examine of analytic geometry, the textual content emphasizes the fundamental parts of the topic and stresses the techniques wanted in calculus. This re-creation was once revised to give the topic in a contemporary, up to date demeanour. colour is used to spotlight techniques. expertise is built-in with the textual content, with references to the Calculus Explorer and tips for utilizing graphing calculators. a number of new issues, together with curve becoming related to mathematical modeling have been additional. workouts have been up-to-date. New and sundry functions from medication to navigation to public health and wellbeing have been added. |

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Between A the other hand, and B, is for example, Hence, in referring to directed segments, AB B -BA. A, B, and C are three points of a directed line, then the directed segments determined by these points satisfy the equations If AB + BC = AC, AC + CB = AB, BA + AC = BC. between A and C, the segments AB, BC, and AC have the same The direction, and AC is obviously equal to the sum of the other two. second and third equations can be found readily from the first. To obCB. Thus tain the second, we transpose BC and use the fact that BC = If B is B A B FIGURE 2-2 FIGURE 2-1 17 FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS AND FORMULAS 18 [CHAP.

3x - 8/y = 5. 4x y y - x 2x 11. 7x - lly = 0. 0. 17. 20. 2x 23. Sx + + 3y 3/y 4x 6. x 12. + 3y = 7. + y = 6. 5x x of each line represented x = = - 2y = 3. - by = 10. 3. 9. 9. and intercepts - y = 7. 3* - 4y = 14. = = 3 + 2y + 4 + 7y = 0. 5. 8. By inspection, give the slope tions 13-24. - 15. x +y+ 12. 18. 6* 14. 21. 7x 4. 24. - 3y by equa- 4 = - 10 + 3z/ + 3* + 3y = 6 0. = 0. = 0. 1. In each problem 25-36, write the equation of the line determined by the slope m and the ^-intercept 6. 25. m = 3; b = -4.

X - - - 4 4 = 0. + y+4 + 4x + 4 x 16. xy* 18. 3. - - 14. x*y 10. x y - x2 - 9y + 16 - 0. xY - x* - 9i/2 + 16 - 0. 2 4. 8. x*y* 2 + 8) - ~*~ 1) 1. 6. 15. 2/(s x*u* - 4. y t/ 13. y*(x 19 2. xy - Draw vertical asymptotes. y * 2 - 0. 0. 4. + 4y* - 0. - 16y + 9 - 0. x* - 16y + 9 = 0. 2 the CHAPTER 2 FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS AND FORMULAS 2-1 Directed lines and segments. A line on which one direction is defined as positive and the opposite direction as negative is called a directed line. In analytic geometry important use is made of directed Either direction along a given line lines.