sujoy

08-29-2005, 06:41 AM

probably this is more a question of coordinate geometry:

I will take three equations in this way:

50= 7*7+1....................[1]

5= 3*1+2......................[2]

10= 7*1+3....................[3]; nowI plot each one of them on a graph

paper-----here one cannot be sure about which one is the value of tanx

=> rise over run---is it true?

More over for [1] there is a line which cuts Y-axis at 2, now;---- should [2] &[3] cut[1] at points 5 & 10 respectively as 5*10=50?

Basically what I mean is that out of each set of converging lines at Y -axis

[for every "2" values of tan] should there be one that is true?

regards

Sujoy

I will take three equations in this way:

50= 7*7+1....................[1]

5= 3*1+2......................[2]

10= 7*1+3....................[3]; nowI plot each one of them on a graph

paper-----here one cannot be sure about which one is the value of tanx

=> rise over run---is it true?

More over for [1] there is a line which cuts Y-axis at 2, now;---- should [2] &[3] cut[1] at points 5 & 10 respectively as 5*10=50?

Basically what I mean is that out of each set of converging lines at Y -axis

[for every "2" values of tan] should there be one that is true?

regards

Sujoy