   Chapter 11.2, Problem 5E

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Textbook Problem

# Finding Coordinates of a Point In Exercises 9-12, find the coordinates of the point.The point is located three units behind the xz-plane. four units to the right of the xz-plane. and fist units above the xy-plane.

To determine
The coordinate of the point in 3-dimensional space that is 3 units behind the yz-plane, 4 units to the right of the xz-plane and 5 units above xy-plane.

Explanation

In order to locate the position of a point in a space, it requires a rectangular coordinate system.

Choose 3 units behind yz-plane, it implies 3 units in negative direction of the x-axis.

So, x co-ordinate is 3.

Choose 4 units to the right of the xz-plane, it implies 4 units in positive direction of the y-axis

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