Updated: Aug 27
Welcome to Session 2 on 3-Dimensional Geometry Planes. You can access Session 1 on Planes here.
You have the basic equation of a Plane in place. But, you need to know how and when to apply it to problem solving. Keep reading! You will soon learn how.
You are in Class 12 and it is important for you to learn 3 Dimensional Geometry. You don't have the time to go for extra coaching and you have missed a few classes in school when the topic was being taught.
You can get help in 3 Dimensional Geometry for Class 12 here. In my last blog, you were introduced to the basic equations of a plane. You will now proceed with a few problems testing these concepts.
Initially, you may express some discomfort while understanding Planes. But, believe me, that is short lived!You will start with finding the equation of a plane at a distance of p units from the origin and given the direction cosines of the normal to the plane.
You'll find the equation of a plane given a point on a plane and the direction ratios of the normal to the plane. These formulas are as shown.
Equation of a plane