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CBSE - XI Science - Mathematics - Introduction to Three Dimensional Geometry

A cube of side 5 has vertex at the point (1,0,-1),and the three edges from this vertex are ,respectively parallel to -ve x and y axes and +ve z axis.Find the coordinates of the other vertices of the cube.

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if the end points of diagonal of a square are (1,-2,3) and (1,-3,5) then find the length of the side of square?

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CBSE - XI Science - Mathematics - Introduction to Three Dimensional Geometry

what's the main difference b|w the terms centroid,incentre and orthocentre

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explain the term centroid?

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1.if Radius of a sphere is doubled, volume is increased by _____ Answer is 2 times. but i dont know how to work out 2. if radius of sphere is tribled, voulume increased by_________ Answer is 27 times . but i dont know how to work out

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Find the ratio which the line joining the points (2,4,16) and(3,5,-4) is divided by the plane 2x-3y+z+6=0. also find the coordinates of the point of division?

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one end od a diameter of a sphere is at (0,0,0) and the centre is at the point (-1,2,4), thenfind the other end of the diameter.

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what is centroid of triangle

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what is the need of 3-d geometry in everyday life?

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could u plzz give me any idea for a nice maths model for 11th std .. and write the steps to make it. it may not be realted to the given chaptr and topic... somethng nice

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