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**Solution of Exercise 19: Equation of a line (Connection)**

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### Solve problem 7.1 page 34 Math textbook 10 Connecting knowledge volume 2

In the coordinate plane for \(\overrightarrow{n}(2;1), \overrightarrow{v}(3; 2), A(1; 3), B(-2; 1)\)

a) Write the general equation of the line \(\Delta _{1}\) passing through A and having the normal vector \(\overrightarrow{n}\).

b) Make a parametric equation of the line \(\Delta _{2}\) passing through B and having direction vector \(\overrightarrow{v}\).

c) Make a parametric equation for the line AB.

Solve problem 7.1 page 34 Math textbook 10 Connecting knowledge volume 2

In the coordinate plane for \(\overrightarrow{n}(2;1), \overrightarrow{v}(3; 2), A(1; 3), B(-2; 1)\)

a) Write the general equation of the line \(\Delta _{1}\) passing through A and having the normal vector \(\overrightarrow{n}\).

b) Make a parametric equation of the line \(\Delta _{2}\) passing through B and having direction vector \(\overrightarrow{v}\).

c) Make a parametric equation for the line AB.

**Solution method**

– The general equation of the form ax + by + c =0, takes \(\overrightarrow n \left( {a;b} \right)\) as a normal vector.

– The line \(\Delta \) passes through the point \(A\left( {{x_0};{y_0}} \right)\) and has direction vector \(\overrightarrow u \left( {a;b} \right)\). The parametric equation of the line \(\Delta \) is \(\left\{ \begin{array}{l}

x = {x_0} + at\\

y = {y_0} + bt

\end{array} \right.\;\;\;\;\;\;\;\;\)

**Detailed explanation**

a) The general equation of the line \(\Delta _{1}\) passing through A and having the normal vector $\overrightarrow{n}$:

2(x – 1) + 1.(y – 3) = 0 or 2x + y -5 = 0.

b) Parametric equation of the line \(\Delta _{2}\) passing through B and having direction vector $\overrightarrow{v}$.

\(\left\{\begin{matrix}x=-2+3t\\ y=1+2t\end{matrix}\right.\)

c) The line AB has direction vector: \(\overrightarrow{AB}(-3; -2)\).

=> Select direction vector: \(\overrightarrow{u}(3; 2)\).

Parametric equation of line AB:

\(\left\{\begin{matrix}x=-2+3t\\ y=1+2t\end{matrix}\right.\)

### Solve problem 7.2 page 34 Math textbook 10 Connecting knowledge volume 2

Set up the general equation of the coordinate axes

Solve problem 7.2 page 34 Math textbook 10 Connecting knowledge volume 2

Set up the general equation of the coordinate axes

**Solution method**

The general equation of the form ax + by + c =0, takes \(\overrightarrow n \left( {a;b} \right)\) as a normal vector.

**Detailed explanation**

+) Ox axis: there is a normal vector \(\overrightarrow{n}(0; 1)\), passing through the point O(0; 0).

General equation of the line containing the axis Ox: y = 0

+ Oy axis: there is a normal vector \(\overrightarrow{n}(1; 0)\), passing through the point O(0; 0).

General equation of the line containing the axis Oy: x = 0

### Solve problem 7.3, page 34, Math textbook 10, Connecting knowledge volume 2

Given two lines \(\Delta _{1}:\left\{\begin{matrix}x=1+2t\\ y=3+5t\end{matrix}\right.\) and 2x + 3y – 5 = 0.

a) Write the general equation for \(\Delta _{1}\)

b) Make a parametric equation for \(\Delta _{2}\)

Solve problem 7.3, page 34, Math textbook 10, Connecting knowledge volume 2

Given two lines \(\Delta _{1}:\left\{\begin{matrix}x=1+2t\\ y=3+5t\end{matrix}\right.\) and 2x + 3y – 5 = 0.

a) Write the general equation for \(\Delta _{1}\)

b) Make a parametric equation for \(\Delta _{2}\)

**Solution method**

– The general equation of the form ax + by + c =0, takes \(\overrightarrow n \left( {a;b} \right)\) as a normal vector.

– The line \(\Delta \) passes through the point \(A\left( {{x_0};{y_0}} \right)\) and has direction vector \(\overrightarrow u \left( {a;b} \right)\). The parametric equation of the line \(\Delta \) is \(\left\{ \begin{array}{l}

x = {x_0} + at\\

y = {y_0} + bt

\end{array} \right.\;\;\;\;\;\;\;\;\)

**Detailed explanation**

a) \(\Delta _{1}\) has direction vector \(\overrightarrow{u}(2;5)\)

=> \(\Delta _{1}\) has a normal vector \(\overrightarrow{n}(5;-2)\)

The general equation: 5(x – 1) – 2(y – 3) = 0, or 5x – 2y +1 = 0.

b) \(\Delta _{2}\) has a normal vector \(\overrightarrow{n}(2;3)\)

=> \(\Delta _{2}\) has direction vector \(\overrightarrow{n}(3;-2)\)

\(\Delta _{2}\) passes through the point with coordinates: (1; 1)

Parametric equation: \(\left\{\begin{matrix}x=1+3t\\ y=1-2t\end{matrix}\right.\)

### Solve problem 7.4 page 34 Math textbook 10 Connecting knowledge volume 2

In the coordinate plane, for triangle ABC there are A(1; 2), B(3; 0) and C(-2; -1).

a) Find the equation of the altitude drawn from A.

b) Make an equation for the median line drawn from B.

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Solve problem 7.4 page 34 Math textbook 10 Connecting knowledge volume 2

In the coordinate plane, for triangle ABC there are A(1; 2), B(3; 0) and C(-2; -1).

a) Find the equation of the altitude drawn from A.

b) Make an equation for the median line drawn from B.

**Solution method**

– The general equation of the form ax + by + c =0, takes \(\overrightarrow n \left( {a;b} \right)\) as a normal vector.

– The line \(\Delta \) passes through the point \(A\left( {{x_0};{y_0}} \right)\) and has direction vector \(\overrightarrow u \left( {a;b} \right)\). The parametric equation of the line \(\Delta \) is \(\left\{ \begin{array}{l}

x = {x_0} + at\\

y = {y_0} + bt

\end{array} \right.\;\;\;\;\;\;\;\;\)

**Detailed explanation**

a) The equation of altitude drawn from A of triangle ABC takes the vector \(\overrightarrow{BC}(-5; -1)\) as the selection vector.

=> The equation of the altitude through A and having the selection vector \(\overrightarrow{BC}(-5; -1)\) is:

-5(x – 1) – 1.(y – 2) = 0 Or 5x + y – 7 = 0.

b) Let M(x; y) be the midpoint of AC. Infer the coordinates of point M as: \(\left\{\begin{matrix}x=\frac{1-2}{2}=\frac{-1}{2}\\ y=\frac{2- 1}{2}=\frac{1}{2}\end{matrix}\right.\Rightarrow M\left ( \frac{-1}{2};\frac{1}{2} \right )\ )

+ the equation of the median drawn from B has the direction vector \(\overrightarrow{BM}(-3.5; 0.5)\)

=> Choose a direction vector of the line: \(\overrightarrow{u}(-7; 1)\)

The parametric equation of the line through B has the direction vector \(\overrightarrow{u}(-7; 1)\):

\(\left\{\begin{matrix}x=3-7t\\ y=t\end{matrix}\right.\)

### Solve problem 7.5 page 34 Math textbook 10 Connecting knowledge volume 2

(Equation of intercept of the line)

Prove that the line passing through two points A(a; 0) and B(0; b) with ab \(\neq \) 0 has the equation \(\frac{x}{a}+\frac{ y}{b}=1\)

Solve problem 7.5 page 34 Math textbook 10 Connecting knowledge volume 2

(Equation of intercept of the line)

Prove that the line passing through two points A(a; 0) and B(0; b) with ab \(\neq \) 0 has the equation \(\frac{x}{a}+\frac{ y}{b}=1\)

**Solution method**

– Find the direction vector of the line AB => Normal vector.

=> General equation of the straight line.

**Detailed explanation**

Line AB has direction vector \(\overrightarrow{AB}(-a; b)\).

=> The line with the normal vector is: \(\overrightarrow{n}(b; a)\).

=> The general equation of the line is: b.(x – a) + a.(y – 0) = 0 or bx + a. y – ab = 0 (1)

Dividing both sides of (1) by ab \(\neq \) 0 we get: \(\frac{x}{a}+\frac{y}{b}=1\).

So the line passing through two points A(a; 0) and B(0; b) with ab \(\neq \) 0 has the equation \(\frac{x}{a}+\frac{y}{ b}=1\)

### Solve problem 7.6 page 34 Math textbook 10 Connecting knowledge volume 2

According to Google Maps, Noi Bai airport has a latitude of 21.2^{o} North, longitude 105.8^{o} East, Da Nang airport has a latitude of 16.1^{o} North, longitude 108.2^{o} Winter. An airplane, flying from Noi Bai to Da Nang airport. At time t hours, counting from the start, the plane is at a position of latitude x^{o }North, longitude y^{o} East is calculated by the formula

\(\left\{\begin{matrix}x=21,2-\frac{153}{40}t\\ y=105.8+\frac{9}{5}t\end{matrix}\right .\)

a) How long does the flight from Hanoi to Da Nang take?

b) At 1 hour from take-off, the aircraft has flown over the 17th parallel (17 .)^{o} North) yet?

Solve problem 7.6 page 34 Math textbook 10 Connecting knowledge volume 2

According to Google Maps, Noi Bai airport has a latitude of 21.2^{o} North, longitude 105.8^{o} East, Da Nang airport has a latitude of 16.1^{o} North, longitude 108.2^{o} Winter. An airplane, flying from Noi Bai to Da Nang airport. At time t hours, counting from the start, the plane is at a position of latitude x^{o }North, longitude y^{o} East is calculated by the formula

\(\left\{\begin{matrix}x=21,2-\frac{153}{40}t\\ y=105.8+\frac{9}{5}t\end{matrix}\right .\)

a) How long does the flight from Hanoi to Da Nang take?

b) At 1 hour from take-off, the aircraft has flown over the 17th parallel (17 .)^{o} North) yet?

**Solution method**

a) If the plane arrives at Da Nang, then x = 16.1 and y = 108.2. Substituting into the given equation, find t

b) At 1 hour, t = 1. Substitute the given equation to find the result

**Detailed explanation**

a) If the plane arrives at Da Nang, then x = 16.1 and y = 108.2.

We have: \(\left\{\begin{matrix}16,1=21,2-\frac{153}{40}t\\ 108.2=105.8+\frac{9}{5}t \end{matrix}\right.\)

\(\Leftrightarrow t=\frac{4}{3}\)

So the flight from Hanoi to Da Nang takes nearly 1.33 hours.

b) At 1 hour then t = 1 substitute the equation with:

\(\left\{\begin{matrix}x=21,2-\frac{153}{40}.1=17,375\\ y=105.8+\frac{9}{5}.1=107, 6\end{matrix}\right.\)

So at 1 o’clock, the plane passed the 17th parallel.