In Exercises 72 to 79, determine whether the graph of each equation is symmetric with respect to the a. x-axis, b. y-axis, and c. origin

Introduction to Vectors Part 1 Saadiq Shaik September 2016 1 Cartesian Coordinates in Space A vector is de▯ned as a quantity with both a magnitude and direction. We will be dealing with vectors in three dimensional space, so familiarize yourself with the three dimensional coordinate system. The coordinate planes are the xy-plane, yz-plane, and xz-plane. There are eight octants, but the one we will be dealing with most is the ▯rst octant, which contains positive x, y, and z values. Imagine a point P with the coordinates (a ;b ;c ) and a point Q with 1 1 1 the coordinates 2a2;b3;c ) in three dimensional space. The distance between them is given by the distance formu