# Geometric Interpretations of EquationsIn | Ch 12.1 - 15E

## Problem 15E Chapter 12.1

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Problem 15E

Geometric Interpretations of Equations

In Exercise, give a geometric description of the set of points in space whose coordinates satisfy the given pairs of equations.

y = x2, z = 0

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Chemistry 105 – WEEK 9 By Gustavo Silva Chapter 8 – Chemical Equations - They are notations for a chemical change - They are used to show how the reactants changed to products and show exactly how many of them were needed and formed - The equation must be balanced: there must be the same number of an atom in both sides of the equation - Information about how the reaction...

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