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Math help by Hugh Ponnerstork - Sun, 03 Dec 2017 12:53:39 EST ID:iVRKbSmx No.15591 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Help me solve this equation for a,b,c, & d ...

3a - 4b + c - d = 0
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Emma Fiddlespear - Sun, 03 Dec 2017 15:14:24 EST ID:d8q0ZW2Y No.15592 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Insufficient data for meaningful response.
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Cyril Honeyshit - Mon, 18 Dec 2017 21:51:49 EST ID:9aoCBI3Y No.15595 Ignore Report Quick Reply
a= 0, b= 0, c= 0, d= 0 is a solution
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Lillian Pogglegold - Wed, 20 Dec 2017 17:33:18 EST ID:BDm+BNlx No.15596 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>15591

There are infinitely many solutions
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Ian Chollystock - Thu, 28 Dec 2017 23:12:11 EST ID:QQuXTugO No.15598 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The fact that the equation is using the variables "a, b, c, and d" and it that they are equal to zero implies that this is a 3D plane equation. Like other people have pointed out, there are infinitely many points that would satisfy this equation in Euclidean space because geometrically speaking you can place an infinite number of points on any given plane.
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Emma Blullershit - Wed, 31 Jan 2018 09:04:20 EST ID:04lDhCQC No.15603 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>15598
If it's over a finite ring there might only be finitely many points on the hyperplane.


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