**Page 28.6 Ex 28.1**

**Q1.**

**Answer :**

(i) The x-coordinate, the y-coordinate and the z-coordinate of the point (5, 2, 3) are all positive.

Therefore, this point lies in XOYZ octant.

(ii) The x-coordinate, the y-coordinate and the z-coordinate of the point (−5, 4, 3) are negative, positive and positive, respectively.

Therefore, this point lies in X’OYZ octant.

(iii) The x-coordinate, the y-coordinate and the z-coordinate of the point (4, −3, 5) are positive, negative and positive, respectively.

Therefore, this point lies in XOY’Z octant.

(iv) The x-coordinate, the y-coordinate and the z-coordinate of the point (7, 4, −3) are positive, positive and negative, respectively.

Therefore, this point lies in XOYZ’ octant.

(v) The x-coordinate, the y-coordinate and the z-coordinate of the point (−5, −4, 7) are negative, negative and positive, respectively.

Therefore, this point lies in X’OY’Z octant .

(vi) The x-coordinate, the y-coordinate and the z-coordinate of the point (−5, −3, −2) are all negative.

Therefore, this point lies in X’OY’Z’ octant

(vii) The x-coordinate, the y-coordinate and the z-coordinate of the point (2, −5, −7) are positive, negative and negative, respectively.

Therefore, this point lies in XOY’Z’ octant.

(viii) The x-coordinate, the y-coordinate and the z-coordinate of the point(−7, 2, −5) are negative, positive and negative, respectively.

Therefore, this point lies in X’OYZ’ octant.

**Q2.**

**Answer :**

(i) 2, 3, 4

(ii) -5,-4,-3

(iii) 5, 2, 7

(iv) -5, 0, 3

(v) -4, 0, 0

**Q3.**

**Answer :**

Let P≡(1, 0, −1)

The length of each side of the cube is 5.

The three edges from vertex of the cube are drawn from P towards the negative x and y axes and the positive z-axis.

Therefore, the coordinates of the vertex of the cube will be as follows:

x-coordinate = 1, 1-5 = -4, i.e. 1, -4

y-coordinate = 0, 0-5 = -5, i.e. 0, -5

z-coordinate = -1, -1 + 5 = 4, i.e. -1, 4

Hence, the remaining seven vertices of the cube are as follows:

1, 0, 41, -5, -11, -5, 4-4, 0, -1-4, 0, 4-4, -5, -1-4, -5, 4

**Q4.**

**Answer :**

Let P≡(3, 0, −1), Q≡(−2, 5, 4)

PE = Distance between the parallel planes ABCP and FQDE

= 4+1=5

(These planes are perpendicular to the z-axis)

PA = Distance between the parallel planes ABQF and PCDE

= -2-3=5

(These planes are perpendicular to the x-axis)

Similarly, PC = 5-0=5

Thus, the length of the edges of the parallelepiped are 5, 5 and 5

**Q5.**

**Answer :**

Clearly, PBEC and QDAF are the planes parallel to the yz-plane such that their distances from the yz-plane are 5 and 3, respectively.

∴ PA = Distance between planes PBEC and QDAF

= 5 – 3

= 2

PB is the distance between planes PAFC and BDQE that are parallel to the zx-plane and are at distances 0 and -2, respectively, from the zx-plane.

∴PB = 0 – (-2)

= 2

PC is the distance between parallel planes PBDA and CEQF that are at distances 2 and 5, respectively, from the xy-plane.

∴ PC = 2 – 5

= -3

**Q6.**

**Answer :**

Let PQ be the perpendicular to the xy-plane and QA be perpendicular from Q to the y-axis.

PA will be perpendicular to the x-axis.

Also, QA = 3 and PQ = 5

Now, distance of P from the x-axis:

PB = BQ2+QP2

=32+52=9+25=34

Similarly,

From the right-angled ∆PAQ:

distance of P from the y-axis:

PA = AQ2+QP2

=-42+52=16+25=41

Similarly, the length of the perpendicular from P to the z-axis =-42+32

=16+9=25=5

**Q7.**

**Answer :**

The seven coordinates are as follows:

-3, 2, 53, 2, -5-3, -2, 53, -2, -5-3, 2, -5-3, -2, -53, 2, 5

**Page 28.9 Ex 28.2**

**Q1.**

**Answer :**

(i) PQ = x2-x12+y2-y12+z2-z12

= 2-12+1+12+2-02

= 12+22+22

= 1+4+4

= 9

= 3

(ii) AB = x2-x12+y2-y12+z2-z12

=-1-32+-1-22+-1+12=-42+-32+02=16+9+0=25=5

**Q2.**

**Answer :**

PQ = x2-x12+y2-y12+z2-z12

=2+22+1-32+2-12=42+-22+12=16+4+1=21 units

**Q3.**

**Answer :**

(i) AB = 5-42+-7+32+6+12

=12+-42+72=1+16+49=66

BC = 3-52+1+72+-8-62

= -22+82+-142

=4+64+196=264=266

AC = 3-42+1+32+-8+12

=-12+42+-72=1+16+49=66

Here , AB+AC=66+66 =266 =BC

Hence, the points are collinear.

(ii) PQ = 1-02+4-72+-5+72

=12+-32+22=1+9+4=14

QR = -1-12+10-42+-9+52

=-22+62+-42=4+36+16=56=214

PR=-1-02+10-72+-9+72

=-12+32+-22=1+9+4=14

Here, PQ+PR=14+14 =214 =QR

Hence, the points are collinear.

(iii) AB = -1-32+0+52+8-12

=-42+52+72=16+25+49=90=310

BC = 7+12+-10-02+-6-82

=82+-102+-142=64+100+196=360=610

AC = 7-32+-10+52+-6-12

=42+-52+-72=16+25+49=90=310

Here, AB+AC=310+310 =610 =BC

Hence, the points are collinear.

**Q4.**

**Answer :**

(i) We know that the z-coordinate of every point on the xy-plane is zero.

So, let P (x, y, 0) be a point on the xy-plane such that PA = PB = PC

Now, PA = PB

⇒PA2=PB2⇒x-12+y+12+0-02 =x-22+y-12+0-22⇒x2-2x+1+y2+2y+1=x2-4x+4+y2-2y+1+4⇒-2x+4x+2y+2y+2-9=0⇒2x+4y-7=0⇒2x+4y=7 …(1) PB=PC⇒ PB2=PC2⇒x-22+y-12+0-22=x-32+y-22+0+12⇒x2-4x+4+y2-2y+1+4=x2-6x+9+y2-4y+4+1⇒-4x+6x-2y+4y+9-14=0⇒2x+2y-5=0⇒x+y=52⇒x=52-y …2Putting the value of x in equation 1: 252-y+4y=7 ⇒5-2y+4y=7 ⇒5+2y=7 ⇒2y=2 ⇒ y=22∴y=1Putting the value of y in equation 2:x=52-1x=5-22x=32Hence, the required point is 32, 1, 0.

(ii) We know that the x-coordinate of every point on the yz-plane is zero.

So, let P (0, y, z) be a point on the yz-plane such that PA = PB = PC

Now, PA = PB

⇒0-12+y+12+z-02=0-22+y-12+z-22

⇒1+y2+2y+1+z2=4+y2-2y+1+z2-4z+4⇒2y+2=-2y-4z+9⇒2y+2y-4z=9-2⇒4y-4z=7⇒y-z=74 … 1PB=PC⇒PB2=PC2⇒0-22+y-12+z-22=0-32+y-22+z+12⇒4+y2-2y+1+z2-4z+4=9+y2-4y+4+z2+2z+1⇒-2y-4z+9=-4y+2z+14⇒-2y+4y-4z-2z=14-9⇒2y-6z=5⇒y-3z=52∴ y=52+3z 2Putting the value of y in equation 1: y-z=74⇒52+3z-z=74⇒2z=74-52⇒2z=7-104⇒2z=-34∴ z=-38Putting the value of z in equation 2: y=52+3z⇒y=52+3-38⇒y=52-98⇒y=20-98∴ y=118

Hence, the required point is 0,118,-38.

(iii) We know that the y-coordinate of every point on the zx-plane is zero.

So, let P (x, 0, z) be a point on the zx-plane such that PA = PB = PC

Now, PA = PB

⇒x-12+0+12+z-02=x-22+0-12+x-22

⇒x2+1-2x+1+z2=x2-4x+4+1+z2-4z+4⇒-2x+2=-4x-4z+9⇒-2x+4x-4z=7⇒2x-4z=7⇒x-2z=72 …1 PB=PC⇒PB2=PC2⇒x-22+0-12+z-22=x-32+0-22+z+12⇒x2-4x+4+1+z2-4z+4=x2-6x+9+4+z2+2z+1⇒-4x-4z+9=-6x+2z+14⇒-4x+6x-4z-2z=14-9⇒2x-6z=5⇒x-3z=52∴ x=52+3z …2Putting the value of x in equation 1: x-2z=72⇒52+3z-2z=72⇒52+z=72⇒z=72-52⇒z=7-52⇒z=22∴ z=1Putting the value of z in equation 2: x=52+3z⇒x=52+31⇒x=52+3⇒x=5+62∴ x=112

Hence, the required point is 112, 0, 1.

**Q5.**

**Answer :**

Let M be the point on the z-axis.

Then, the coordinates of M will be 0, 0, z.

Let M be equidistant from the points A 1, 5, 7 and B 5, 1, -4

AM = 0-12+0-52+z-72

=-12+-52+z-72=1+25+z2-14z+49=z2-14z+75

BM = 0-52+0-12+z+42

=-52+-12+z2+8z+16=25+1+z2+8z+16=z2+8z+42

Then, AM = BM

∴ z2-14z+75=z2+8z+42z2-14z+75=z2+8z+42-14z-8z=42-75-22z=-33z=3322z=32

Thus, the coordinates of M are 0, 0, 32.

**Q6.**

**Answer :**

Let the point on the y-axis be Y 0, y, 0 which is equidistant from the points P 3, 1, 2 and Q 5, 5, 2.

Then ,PY=QY

Now, 0-32+y-12+0-22=0-52+y-52+0-22

⇒-32+y2+2y+1+-22=-52+y-52+-22⇒9+y2+2y+1+4=25+y2+10y+25+4⇒y2+2y+14=y2+10y+54

⇒y2+2y+14=y2+10y+54

2y-10y=54-14-8y=40-y=408y=-5

Thus, the required point on the y-axis is (0, −5, 0).

**Q7.**

**Answer :**

Let the point be A (0, 0, z).Then,

AP = 21

⇒0-12+0-22+z-32=21⇒-12+-22+z-32=21⇒1+4+z-32=21⇒z-32=21-5⇒z-32=16⇒z-3=±4⇒z-3=4 or z-3=-4⇒z=7 or z=-1

Hence, the coordinates of the required point are (0, 0, 7) and (0, 0, −1).

**Q8.**

**Answer :**

Let A (1, 2, 3) , B (2, 3, 1) and C (3, 1, 2) are the coordinates of the triangle △ABC

AB = 2-12+3-22+1-32

=12+12+-22=1+1+4=6

BC = 3-22+1-32+2-12

=12+-22+12=1+4+1=6

AC = 3-12+1-22+2-32

=22+-12+-12=4+1+1=6

Now, AB = BC = AC

Therefore, it is an equilateral triangle.

**Q9.**

**Answer :**

Let A(0, 7, 10), B(-1, 6, 6), C(-4, 9, 6) be the coordinates of △ABC

Then, we have:

AB=0+12+7-62+10-62 =18 =32BC=-1+42+6-92+6-62 =18 =32AC=0+42+7-92+10-62 =36 =6Clearly, AB2+BC2=AC2 ⇒ ∠ABC=90°& AB=AC

Hence, △ABC is a right-angled isosceles triangle.

**Q10.**

**Answer :**

Let A(3,3,3) , B(0,6,3) , C( 1,7,7) and D (4,4,7) are the vertices of quadrilateral □ABCD

We have :

AB = 0-32+6-32+3-32

=-32+32+02=9+9+0=18=32

BC = 1-02+7-62+7-32

=12+12+42=1+1+16=18=32

CD = 4-12+4-72+7-72

=32+-32+02=9+9+0=18=32

DA = 4-32+4-32+7-32

=12+12+42=1+1+16=18=32

AB = BC = CD = DA

AC = 1-32+7-32+7-32

=-22+42+42=4+16+16=36=6

BD = 4-02+4-62+7-32

=42+-22+42=16+4+16=36=6

∴AC = BD

Since, all sides and diagonals of quadrilateral □ABCD are equal

Therefore, the points are the vertices of a square.

**Q11.**

**Answer :**

Let A(1,3,0),B(-5,5,2), C(-9,-1,2) and D(-3,-3,0) be the coordinates of quadrilateral□ABCD

AB=-5-12+5-32+2-02 =36+4+4 = 44BC=-9+52+-1-52+2-22 =16+36+0 =52 CD=-3+92+-3+12+0-22 =36+4+4 =44DA=1+32+3+32+0-02 =16+36+0 =52Here, we see that AB=CD& BC=DA

Since, opposite pair of sides are equal .

Therefore, □ABCD is a parallelogram .

AC=-9-12+-1-32+2-02 =-102+-42+22 =100+16+4 =120

BD=-3+52+-3-52+0-22 =22+-82+-22 =4+64+4 =72

∴AC≠ BD

∴ ABCD is not a rectangle.

**Q12.**

**Answer :**

Let A(1,3,4) , B(-1,6,10) , C(-7,4,7) and D (-5,1,1) be the vertices of quadrilateral □ ABCD

AB=-1-12+6-32+10-42 =4+9+36 =49 =7BC=-7+12+4-62+7-102 =36+4+9 =49 =7CD=-5+72+1-42+1-72 =4+9+36 =49 =7DA=1+52+3-12+4-12 =36+4+9 =49 =7∴ AB=BC=CD=DA

Hence, ABCD is a rhombus

**Q13.**

**Answer :**

The faces of a regular tetrahedron are equilateral triangles.

Let us consider △OAB

OA=0-02+0-12+0-12 =2

OB=1-02+0-02+1-02 =2

AB=1-02+0-12+1-12 =2

Hence, this face is an equilateral triangle.

Similarly, △OBC, △OAC, △ABC all are equilateral triangles.

Hence, the tetrahedron is a regular one.

**Q14.**

**Answer :**

Let the points be A (3, 2, 2), B (-1, 4, 2), C (0, 5, 6) and D (2, 1, 2) lie on the sphere

whose centre be P (1, 3, 4).

Since, AP, BP, CP and DP are radii.

Hence, AP = BP = CP = DP

AP=1-32+3-22+4-22 =-22+12+22 =4+1+4 =9 =3BP=1+12+3-42+4-22 =22+-12+22 =4+1+4 =9 =3CP=1-02+3-52+4-62 =12+-22+-22 =1+4+4 =9 =3DP=1-22+3-12+4-22 =-12+22+22 =1+4+4 =9 =3

Here, we see that AP = BP = CP = DP

Hence, A (3, 2, 2), B (-1, 4, 2), C (0, 5, 6) and D (2, 1, 2) lie on the sphere whose radius is 3 .

**Q15.**

**Answer :**

Let P (x, y, z) be the required point which is equidistant from the points O(0,0,0), A(2,0,0)

B(0,3,0) and C(0,0,8)

Then,

OP = AP

⇒OP2=AP2

∴ x2+y2+z2=x-22+y2+z2⇒x2=x-22⇒x2=x2-4x+4⇒4x=4⇒ x=44∴x=1

Similarly, we have:

OP = BP

⇒OP2=BP2

∴x2+y2+z2=x2+y-32+z2⇒y2=y2-6y+9⇒6y=9⇒ y=96∴ y=32

Similarly, we also have:

OP = CP

⇒OP2=CP2

⇒ x2+y2+z2=x2+y2+z-82⇒z2=z2-16z+64⇒16z=64⇒ z=6416∴ z=4

Thus, the required point is P 1, 32, 4.

**Q16.**

**Answer :**

Let coordinates of point P be (x, y, z).

Given:

3PA = 2PB

⇒3x+22+y-22+z-32=2x-132+y+32+z-132⇒3×2+4x+4+y2-4y+4+z2-6z+9=2×2-26x+169+y2+6y+9+z2-26z+169Squaring both sides,⇒9×2+y2+z2+4x-4y-6z+17=4×2+y2+z2-26x+6y-26z+347⇒9×2+9y2+9z2+36x-36y-54z+153=4×2+4y2+4z2-104x+24y-104z+1388⇒5×2+5y2+5z2+140x-60y+50z-1235=0⇒5×2+y2+z2+140x-60y+50z-1235=0∴5×2+y2+z2+140x-60y+50z-1235=0 is the locus of the point P.

**Q17.**

**Answer :**

Let P (x, y, z) be the point if PA2+PB2=2k2

⇒x-32+y-42+z-522+x+12+y-32+z+722=2k2⇒x2-6x+9+y2-8y+16+z2-10z+25+x2+2x+1+y2-6y+9+z2+14z+49=2k2⇒2×2+2y2+2z2-4x-14y+4z+109-2k2=0

Hence, 2×2+2y2+2z2-4x-14y+4z+109-2k2=0 is the locus of point P.

**Page 28.10 Ex 28.2**

**Q18.**

**Answer :**

Let A(a,b,c) , B(b,c,a) and C(c,a,b) be the vertices of △ABC. Then,

AB = b-a2+c-b2+a-c2

=b2-2ab+a2+c2-2bc+b2+a2-2ca+c2=2a2+2b2+2c2-2ab-2bc-2ca=2a2+b2+c2-ab-bc-ca

BC = c-b2+a-c2+b-a2

=c2-2bc+b2+a2-2ca+c2+b2-2ab+a2=2a2+2b2+2c2-2ab-2bc-2ca=2a2+b2+c2-ab-bc-ca

CA = a-c2+b-a2+c-b2

=a2-2ca+c2+b2-2ab+a2+c2-2bc+b2=2a2+2b2+2c2-2ab-2bc-2ca=2a2+b2+c2-ab-bc-ca

∴ AB = BC = CA

Therefore,△ABC is an equilateral triangle.

**Q19.**

**Answer :**

Let A(3,6,9), B(10,20,30) and C( 25,-41,5) are vertices of △ABC

AB = 10-32+20-62+30-92

=72+142+212=49+196+441=686=714

BC = 25-102+-41-202+5-302

=152+-612+-252=225+3721+625=4571

CA= 3-252+6+412+9-52

=-222+472+-42=484+2209+16=2709=3301

AB2+BC2=7142+45712 =686+4571 =5257CA2=2709∴ AB2+BC2≠CA2

A triangle △ABC is right-angled at B if CA2=AB2+BC2.

But, CA2 ≠ AB2+BC2

Hence, the points are not vertices of a right-angled triangle.

**Q20.**

**Answer :**

(i) Let A(0, 7, -10) , B(1, 6, -6) , C(4, 9, -6) be the vertices of △ABC.Then,

AB = 1-02+6-72+-6+102

=12+-12+42=1+1+16=18=32

BC = 4-12+9-62+-6+62

=32+32+0=9+9=18=32

CA= 0-42+7-92+-10+62

=16+4+16=36=6

Clearly, AB = BC

Thus, the given points are the vertices of an isosceles triangle.

(ii) Let A(0,7,10) , B( -1,6,6) and C( -4,9,6) be the vertices of △ABC. Then ,

AB = -1-02+6-72+6-102

=-12+-12+-42=1+1+16=18=32

BC = -4+12+9-62+6-62

=-32+32+0=9+9=18=32

AC = -4-02+9-72+6-102

=-42+22+-42=16+4+16=36=6

AC2=AB2+BC2

Thus, the given points are the vertices of a right-angled triangle.

(iii) Let A(-1, 2, 1) , B(1, -2, 5) , C(4, -7, 8), D(2, -3, 4) be the vertices of quadrilateral □ABCD

AB=1+12+-2-22+5-12 =4+16+16 =36 =6BC=4-12+-7+22+8-52 =9+25+9 =43CD=2-42+-3+72+4-82 =4+16+16 =36 =6DA=-1-22+2+32+1-42 =9+25+9 =43∴ AB=CD and BC=DA

Since, each pair of opposite sides are equal.

Thus, quadrilateral □ABCD is a parallelogram.

**Q21.**

**Answer :**

Let P (x, y, z) be any point that is equidistant from the points A (1, 2, 3) and B (3, 2, −1).

Then, we have:

PA = PB

⇒ x-12+y-22+z-32=x-32+y-22+z+12⇒ x2-2x-1+y2-4y+4+z2-6z+9=x2-6x+9+y2-4y+4+z2+2z+1⇒-2x-4y-6z+14=-6x-4y+2z+14⇒-2x+6x-4y+4y-6z-2z=14-14⇒4x-8z=0⇒x-2z=0

Hence, the locus is x – 2z = 0

**Q22.**

**Answer :**

Let P (x, y, z) be any point , the sum of whose distance from the points A(4,0,0) and B(-4,0,0)

is equal to 10. Then,

PA + PB = 10

⇒x-42+y-02+z-02+x+42+y-02+z-02=10⇒x+42+y-02+z-02=10-x-42+y-02+z-02⇒x2+8x+16+y2+z2=10-x2-8x+16+y2+z2

⇒x2+8x+16+y2+z2=100+x2-8x+16+y2+z2-20×2-8x+16+y2+z2⇒16x-100=-20×2-8x+16+y2+z2⇒4x-25=-5×2-8x+16+y2+z2⇒16×2-200x+625=25×2-8x+16+y2+z2⇒16×2-200x+625=25×2-200x+400+25y2+25z2⇒9×2+25y2+25z2-225=0

∴ 9×2+25y2+25z2-225=0 is the required locus .

**Q23.**

**Answer :**

To show that ABCD is a parallelogram, we need to show that its two opposite sides are equal.

AB=-1-12+-2-22+-1-32 =4+16+16 =36 =6BC=2+12+3+22+2+12 =9+25+9 =43CD=4-22+7-32+6-22 =4+16+16 =36 =6DA=1-42+2-72+3-62 =9+25+9 =43AB=CD and BC=DASince, opposite pairs of sides are equal .∴ABCD is a parallelogramAC=2-12+3-22+2-32 =1+1+1 =3BD=4+12+7+22+6+12 =25+81+49 =155Since, AC≠BD

Thus, ABCD is not a rectangle.

**Q24.**

**Answer :**

Let P (x, y, z) be any point which is equidistant from A (3,4,5) and B (-2,1,4) .Then,

PA = PB

⇒x-32+y-42+z+52=x+22+y-12+z-42⇒x2-6x+9+y2-8y+16+z2+10z+25=x2+4x+4+y2-2y+1+z2-8z+16⇒x2-6x+9+y2-8y+16+z2+10z+25=x2+4x+4+y2-2y+1+z2-8z+16⇒-10x-6y+18z+29=0∴10x+6y-18z-29=0

Hence, 10x + 6y -18z -29 = 0 is the required equation.

**Page 28.17 Ex 28.3**

**Q1.**

**Answer :**

AB = 42+52+32=16+25+9=50=52

AC = 12+12+42=18=32

AD is the internal bisector of ∠BAC.

∴BDDC=ABAC=53

Thus, D divides BC internally in the ratio 5:3.

∴ D≡5×4+3×15+3, 5×3+3-15+3, 5×2+3×35+3⇒ D≡238, 128, 198⇒ D≡238, 32, 198 ∴ AD=5-2382+4-1282+6-1982 =172+202+29282 =289+400+84182 =15308

**Q2.**

**Answer :**

Suppose C divides AB in the ratio λ:1.

Then, the coordinates of C are 8λ+2λ+1, -3λ+1, 10λ+4λ+1.

The z-coordinate of C is 8.

∴ 10λ+4λ+1=8⇒10λ+4=8λ+8⇒2λ=4∴ λ=2

Hence, the coordinates of C are as follows:

8λ+2λ+1, -3λ+1, 10λ+4λ+1⇒8×2+22+1, -32+1, 10×2+42+1⇒183, -33, 243∴ 6, -1, 8

Hence, the coordinates of C are (6, −1, 8).

**Q3.**

**Answer :**

Suppose C divides AB in the ratio λ:1.

Then, the coordinates of C are -λ+2λ+1, 2λ+3λ+1, -3λ+4λ+1.

But, the coordinates of C are (-4, 1, -10).

∴ -λ+2λ+1=-4, 2λ+3λ+1=1, -3λ+4λ+1=-10⇒-λ+2=-4λ-4, 2λ+3=λ+1, -3λ+4=-10λ-10⇒3λ=-6, λ=-2, 7λ=-14∴ λ=-2, λ=-2, λ=-2

From these three equations, we have:

λ=-2

So, C divides AB in the ratio 2:1 (externally).

**Q4.**

**Answer :**

Let A≡(2, 4, 5) and B≡(3, 5, 4)

Let the line joining A and B be divided by the yz-plane at point P in the ratio λ:1.

Then, we have:

P≡3λ+2λ+1, 5λ+4λ+1, 4λ+5λ+1

Since P lies on the yz-plane, the x-coordinate of P will be zero.

∴3λ+2λ+1=0 ⇒3λ+2=0∴λ=-23

Hence, the yz-plane divides AB in the ratio 2:3 (externally).

**Q5.**

**Answer :**

Suppose the plane x + y + z = 5 divides the line joining the points A (2, −1, 3) and B (-1, 2, 1) at a point C in the ratio λ:1.

Then, coordinates of C are as follows:

-λ+2λ+1, 2λ-1λ+1, λ+3λ+1

Now, the point C lies on the plane x + y + z = 5.

Therefore, the coordinates of C must satisfy the equation of the plane.

-λ+2λ+1+2λ-1λ+1+λ+3λ+1=5⇒-λ+2+2λ-1+λ+3=5λ+5⇒2λ+4=5λ+5⇒-3λ=1∴λ=-13

So, the required ratio is 1:3 (externally).

**Q6.**

**Answer :**

Suppose C divides AB in the ratio λ:1.

Then, coordinates of C are as follows:

9λ+3λ+1, 8λ+2λ+1, -10λ-4λ+1

But, the coordinates of C are (5, 4, -6).

∴ 9λ+3λ+1=5, 8λ+2λ+1=4, -10λ-4λ+1=-6

These three equations give λ=12.

So, C divides AB in the ratio 1:2.

**Q7.**

**Answer :**

Let D x1, y1, z1, E x2 ,y2, z2 and F x3, y3, z3 be the vertices of the given triangle.

And, let A -2, 3, 5, B 4, -1, 7 and C 6, 5, 3 be the mid-points of the sides EF, FA and DE, respectively.

Now, A is the mid-point of EF.

∴x2+x32=-2, y2+y32=3, z2+z32=5⇒x2+x3=-4, y2+y3=6, z2+z3=10………………. i

B is the mid-point of FD.

∴x1+x32=4, y1+y32=-1, z1+z32=7⇒x1+x3=8, y1+y3=-2, z1+z3=14 …………………ii

C is the mid-point of DE.

∴x1+x22=6, y1+y22=5, z1+z22=3⇒x1+x2=12, y1+y2=10, z1+z2=6…………………… iii

Adding the first three equations in (i), (ii) and (iii):

2×1+x2+x3=-4+8+12⇒x1+x2+x3=8

Solving the first three equations in (i), (ii) and (iii) with x1+x2+x3=8:

x1=12, x2=0, x3=-4

Adding the next three equations in (i), (ii) and (iii):

2y1+y2+y3=6-2+10⇒y1+y2+y3=7

Solving the next three equations in (i), (ii) and (iii) with y1+y2+y3=7:

y1=1, y2=9, y3=-3

Adding the last three equations in (i), (ii) and (iii):

2z1+z2+z3=10+14+6⇒z1+z2+z3=15

Solving the last three equations in (i), (ii) and (iii) with z1+z2+z3=15:

z1=5, z2=1, z3=9

Thus, the vertices of the triangle are (12, 1, 5), (0, 9, 1), (−4, −3, 9).

**Q8.**

**Answer :**

AB = -12+22+-22=1+4+4=9=3

AC = -22+-32+-62=4+9+36=49=7

AD is the internal bisector of ∠BAC.

∴BDDC=ABAC=37

Thus, D divides BC internally in the ratio 3:7.

∴D≡3-1+3×03+7, 3-1+743+7, 3-3+7×13+7⇒ D≡-310, 2510, -210⇒ D≡-310, 52, -15

**Q9.**

**Answer :**

Let the sphere meet the line joining the given points at the point (x1, y1, z1).

Then, we have:

Suppose the point (x1, y1, z1) divides the line joining the points (12, – 4, 8) and (27, – 9, 18) in the ratio λ:1.

∴

Substitute these values in equation (1):

Thus, the sphere divides the line joining the given points in the ratio 2:3 and 2:– 3.

Hence, the given sphere divides the line joining the points (12, – 4, 8) and (27, – 9, 18) internally in the ratio 2:3 and externally in the ratio −2:3.

**Q10.**

**Answer :**

Let:

A = (x_{1}, y_{1}, z_{1})

B = (x_{2}, y_{2}, z_{2})

Now, let the line joining A and B be divided by the plane ax + by + cz + d = 0 at point P in the ratio λ:1.

∴ P = λx2+x1λ+1, λy2+y1λ+1, λz2+z1λ+1

Since P lies on the given plane,

ax + by + cz + d = 0

Thus,

aλx2+x1λ+1+bλy2+y1λ+1+cλz2+z1λ+1+d=0⇒aλx2+x1+bλy2+y1+cλz2+z1+dλ+1=0⇒λax2+by2+cz2+d+ax1+by1+cz1+d=0⇒λax2+by2+cz2+d=-ax1+by1+cz1+d⇒λ=-ax1+by1+cz1+dax2+by2+cz2+d⇒λ=-ax1+by1+cz1+dax2+by2+cz2+dThus, the given plane divides the line joining x1, y1, z1 and x2, y2, z2 in the ratio -ax1+by1+cz1+dax2+by2+cz2+d.

**Q11.**

**Answer :**

Let Ax1, y1, z1, Bx2, y2, z2 and Cx3, y3, z3 be the vertices of the given triangle,and let D1, 2,-3 , E3, 0, 1 and F-1, 1,-4 be the mid points of the sides BC, CA and AB respectively.D is the mid point of BC∴ x2+x32=1, y2+y32=2 and z2+z32=-3⇒x2+x3=2, y2+y3=4 and z2+z3=-6 …1E is the mid point of CA∴ x1+x32=3, y1+y32=0 and z1+z32=1⇒x1+x3=6, y1+y3=0 and z1+z3=2 …2F is the mid point of AB∴ x1+x22=-1, y1+y22=1 and z1+z22=-4⇒x1+x2=-2, y1+y2=2 and z1+z2=-8 …2Adding first three equations we get,2×1+x2+x3=6, 2y1+y2+y3=6 and 2z1+z2+z3=-12⇒x1+x2+x3=3, y1+y2+y3=3 and z1+z2+z3=-6.

The coordinate of the centroid is given by x1+x2+x33, y1+y2+y33,z1+z2+z33⇒1, 1, -2

**Q12.**

**Answer :**

Let G be the centroid of ∆ABC.

Given: G≡1, 1, 1

Let C≡x, y, z

Then, 1=3-1+x3 ⇒ 3=3-1+x ⇒3=2+x⇒ x=1and 1=-5+7+y3 ⇒ 3=2+y ⇒y=1and 1=7-6+z3 ⇒ 3=1+z ⇒z=2

∴C≡1, 1, 2

**Q13.**

**Answer :**

Let P≡(4, 2, -6) and Q≡(10, -16, 6)

Let A and B be the point of trisection.

Then, we have:

PA = AB = BQ

∴ PA:AQ = 1:2

Thus, A divides PQ internally in the ratio 1:2.

∴ A≡1×10+2×41+2, 1×-16+2×21+2, 1×6+2×-61+2

≡10+83, -16+43, 6-123≡183, -123, -63≡6, -4, -2

⇒ A≡(6, -4, -2)

AB = BQ

Therefore, B is the mid-point of AQ.

∴ B≡6+102, -4-162, -2+62

≡162, -202, 42≡8, -10, 2

⇒ B≡(8, -10, 2)

**Q14.**

**Answer :**

Let, C divides AB in the ratio λ:1.

Then, coordinates of C are -λ+2λ+1,2λ-3λ+1,λ+4λ+1.

But, the coordinates of C are 0, 13, 2.

∴ -λ+2λ+1=0 , 2λ-3λ+1=13, λ+4λ+1 = 2

From each of these equations, we get λ=2.

Since each of these equations give the same value of λ.

Therefore, the given points are collinear.

**Q15.**

**Answer :**

Let Q divide PR in the ratio λ:1

Thus, the coordinates of Q are as follows:

9λ+3λ+1, 8λ+2λ+1, -10λ-4λ+1

But, the coordinates of Q are (5, 4, −6) .

∴ 9λ+3λ+1=5 , 8λ+2λ+1=4 , -10λ-4λ+1=-6

These three equation gives λ=12.

So, Q divides PR in the ratio 12:1 or 1:2

**Q16.**

**Answer :**

Let A = (4, 8, 10) , B = (6, 10, -8)

Let the line joining A and B be divided by the YZ-plane at point P in the ratio λ:1.

∴ P=6λ+4λ+1, 10λ+8λ+1, -8λ+10λ+1

Since P lies on the YZ-plane, the x-coordinate of P will be zero.

∴6λ+4λ+1=0⇒6λ+4=0⇒6λ=-4∴ λ=-23

Hence, the YZ-plane divides AB in the ratio 2:3 (externally)

**Page 28.18 (Multiple Choice Questions)**

**Q1.**

**Answer :**

(c) -2 : 3

Let A≡(2, 4, 5) and B≡(3, 5, -9)

Let the line joining A and B be divided by the yz-plane at point P in the ratio λ:1.

Then, we have,

P≡3λ+2λ+1, 5λ+4λ+1, -9λ+5λ+1

Since P lies on the yz-plane, the x-coordinate of P will be zero.

∴3λ+2λ+1=0⇒3λ+2=0⇒λ=-23

Hence, the yz-plane divides AB in the ratio -2 : 3

**Q2.**

**Answer :**

(d) c : b

Let A≡(a, b, c) and B≡(-a, -c, -b)

Let the line joining A and B be divided by the xy-plane at point P in the ratio λ:1.

Then, we have,

P≡-aλ+aλ+1, -cλ+bλ+1, -bλ+cλ+1

Since P lies on the xy-plane, the z-coordinate of P will be zero.

∴-bλ+cλ+1=0⇒-bλ+c=0⇒λ=cb

Hence, the xz-plane divides AB in the ratio c : b

**Q3.**

**Answer :**

(d) π2

PQ2=4-02+-2-12+1-22=16+9+1=26OP2=0-02+1-02+2-02=0+1+4=5QO2=0-42+0+22+0-12=16+1+4=21Since, PQ2=OP2+QO2Hence, ∠POQ=π2

**Q4.**

**Answer :**

(b) 3

Length of the diagonal = 2-12+-3+22+5-32=1+1+4=6

∴ Length of the side = Length of diagonal2=62=3

**Q5.**

**Answer :**

(d) None of these

Suppose:

A(5, –4, 2)

B(4, –3, 1)

C(7, 6, 4)

D(8, –7, 5)

AB=4-52+-3+42+1-22 =-12+12+-12 =1+1+1=3BC=7-42+6+32+4-12 =32+92+32 =9+81+9=99=311CD=8-72+-7-62+5-42 =12+-132+12 =1+169+1=171DA=8-52+-7+42+5-22 =32+-32+32 =9+9+9=27=33

We see that none of the sides are equal.

**Q6.**

**Answer :**

(c) curves

Since, there is only one variable in the given equation. Also, it is quadratic equation.

Hence, It represents curves in yz plane.

**Q7.**

**Answer :**

(b) 3

Suppose d is the diameter of the sphere. Then

d2=-1-32+2-42+3+12⇒d2=-42+-22+42⇒d2=16+4+16⇒d2=36⇒ d=6

Hence, radius of the sphere is 3 units.

**Q8.**

**Answer :**

(c) −3:7

Let A≡(2, 3, 1) and B≡(6, 7, 1)

Let the line joining A and B be divided by the xz-plane at point P in the ratio λ:1.

Then, we have,

P≡6λ+2λ+1, 7λ+3λ+1, λ+1λ+1

Since P lies on the xz-plane, the y-coordinate of P will be zero.

∴7λ+3λ+1=0⇒7λ+3=0⇒λ=-37

Hence, the xz-plane divides AB in the ratio -3 : 7

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