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Answer: In Exercises 58, use the given equation of a line to find a point on the line

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In Exercises 58, use the given equation of a line to find a point on the line and a vector parallel to the line.

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Math 1432 Section 15738 MWF 10-11am SEC 100 Dr. Melahat Almus almus@math.uh.edu http://www.math.uh.edu/~almus COURSE WEBSITE: http://www.math.uh.edu/~almus/1432_fall16.html and www.casa.uh.edu Visit CASA regularly for announcements and course material. Due dates and announcements will be posted on the calendar at CASA. Read the syllabus posted on the course website. If you email me, please mention the course (1432) in the subject line. 1 Policies-  Read the syllabus!  Must have a CASA account. Everyone has free access until the access code deadline.  Purchase the access code from UH Bookstore by 9/4 or else you’ll lose access to CASA. No make ups for assignments you missed due to not having access.  Must attend both lectures and labs. CASA: All online assignments (quizzes, practice tests, EMCFs) will be available at CASA. Textbook link is at CASA. Watch the due dates carefully – no make ups! TESTS Test 1 is over the prerequisite material. Take practice test 1 first to see what to expect on test 1. Test 1 is online at CASA; 2 attempts on it. Tests 2,3,4 will be taken at CASA Testing Center by reservation. Reservation is at CASA website (under the Proctored Exams tab); will open 2 weeks prior to each test. Final will be taken at CASA by reservation. No exemption from the final; no early finals – plan accordingly

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