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									3.7 Planar Equations
        高等代数与解析几何                                3.7 平面方程


3.7.1 Planar equations decided by a point in plane
         and azimuthal vector
                                         
  Given a point M 0 and two vectors     a , b that are not collinear in
space, then the plane  via this point that parallel with vectors
                                        
 a, b   is uniquely confirmed, vectors a , b is called azimuthal
vector of the plane.

 Take affine coordinate system {O; e1 , e2 , e3} in space, and let
vector radius of point M 0 is OM 0  r0,the vector radius of an
arbitrary point M in plan  is OM  r . By coplanar condition,
                                                  
MoM  u a v b    can be written as r  r0  u a  v b .
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 The planar equation above is called vector form parametric
equation of plane  .

 Let the coordinates of points M 0 , M are                     ( x0 , y0 , z0 ),( x, y, z),
                                                
respectively, then r0  ( x0 , y0 , z0 ), r  ( x, y, z ) . Let
                                            
                       a  ( X 1 , Y1 , Z1 ), b  ( X 2 , Y2 , Z 2 )
then
                       x  x0  X 1u  X 2 v
                       y  y0  Y1u  Y2 v
                       z  z0  Z1u  Z 2 v

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  The equations above are called coordinate form arametric
equations of plan            , where u, v are parameters.
  Point place form equation of plane.

                              x  x0      y  y0      z  z0
                                 X1         Y1          Z1     0
                                X2          Y2          Z2

  Example 3.32 There are three points
                M1 ( x1 , y1 , z1 ), M 2 ( x2 , y2 , z2 ), M 3 ( x3 , y3 , z3 )

that are not collinear, find the equation of plane  via points
                                      M1, M 2 , M 3.
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  Solution By vector form parametric equation, remove
                                                                
parameters u, v, respectively, we obtain ( r  r1 , r2  r1 , r3  r1 )  0.


                      x  x1   y  y1     z  z1
                     x2  x1   y2  y1    z2  z1  0
                     x3  x1   y3  y1    z3  z1

can be rewritten as

                                x    y     z 1
                                x1   y1    z1 1
                                                    0
                                x2   y2    z2 1
                                x3   y3    z3 1
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  The above two equations are both called three points form
equation of plane.
   Specially, if three known points are intersection points of
plane and three axes
         M 1 (a, 0, 0), M 2 (0, b, 0), M 3 (0, 0, c)(abc  0),

then we obtain intercept form equation of plane

                               x y z
                                   1.
                               a b c




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3.7.2 General equation of plane
 Since any plane can be confirmed by a point M 0 ( x0 , y0 , z0 ) in it
                                                
and its azimuthal vector a ( X 1 , Y1 , Z1 ), b  ( X 2 , Y2 , Z 2 ) by point
                                                                    ,
direct form it is written as

                      Ax  By  Cz  D  0                                (*)
 where

                     Y1     Z1      Z1     X1      X1 Y
                  A           ,B            ,C 
                     Y2     Z2      Z2     X2      X 2 Y2


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 Equation(*)is called general form equation of a plane.
 Theorem 3.4 Any planar equation in space can be represent-
ed as a linear equation on variables x, y, z , Conversely,
linear equation on each every variable x, y, z represents a
plane.

  Let’s discuss several special cases of equation(*),i.e.
while some coefficients or constants of it equal to zeroes, plane
have some special positions for coordinate system.



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  1. If D  0 , (*) is Ax  By  Cz  0 origin (0, 0, 0)satisfies
                                      ,
the equation at this time, hence plane is via the origin.
Conversely, if the plane is via the origin, then D  0 obviously.

   2. One of A, B, C is zero. On the condition of        D  0, if

 A  0 , plane is parallel with axis   x , if B  0, the plane is
parallel with axis y . On the condition of C  0 , the plane is
parallel with axis z .

   3. Two of A, B, C are zeroes, We have following conclusions.
Plane is parallel with coordinate plane yoz if and only if D  0,
B  C  0.The plane is just coordinate plane yoz if and only if
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 D  0, B  C  0. Similarly for other cases.

3.7.3 Normal equation of plane
                                        
 Given a fixed point M 0 and a vector n that is not equal to
zero, then a plane via the point M 0 is uniquely confirmed,
                                   
which is vertical with the vector n , and the vector is called
normal vector of the plane.

 Under rectangular coordinates system in space       {o; i, j, k} ,
let vector radius of point M 0 be OM 0  r0 , and the vector radius
of an arbitrary point M in plane      be OM  r . The point M
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                                                                
is in the plane  if and only if the vector M 0 M  r  r0 is
                            
vertical with the vector n , i.e.

              A( x  x0 )  B( y  y0 )  C ( z  z0 )  0

  Let D  ( Ax0  By0  Cz0 ), then the equation above is

                    Ax  By  Cz  D  0
 which is called point normal form equation of plane.
  Take the origin O as a point M 0 in plan specially, foot of a
perpendicular line that constructed toward plane  is p ,the
                                              0
normal vector of  is identity vector n . If the plane is not via

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                                              0                
the origin, the positive direction of n and the vector op have
the same direction, while the plane is via the origin, take either
of the two directions that is perpendicular with the plane as the
                        0
positive direction of n . Let OP  p , then the normal
equation of vector is
                               0 
                              n r p  0
                      0
  Let r  ( x, y, z), n  (cos 1,cos 2 ,cos 3 ) ,then

                    x cos 1  y cos  2  z cos 3  p  0
which is called coordinate form normal equation of plane.



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  Two characters of normal equation of plane.
  1. The coefficient of linear factor is component of identity
vector, whose sum of squares is equal to 1;
  2. The constant is not more than zero.
   According to the two characters of normal equation of plane,
we can easily transform the general form equation of plane into
following form
                         
                        n r  D  0.
  Multiply both side of the above equation by
                        1                  1
                  k        
                                
                       |n|          A2  B 2  C 2

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    we can obtain normal equation of plane, hence    k   is
called normal factor.

   Example 3.33 Given two points M 1 (1, 2,3), M 2 (3, 0  1),
 find the equation of perpendicular bisector plane  of line
 segment M 1M 2 .

    Answer             x  y  2z  1  0




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