Describe in words the region of R^{3} represented by the equations or ineq

sanuluy 2021-09-15 Answered
Describe in words the region of R3 represented by the equations or inequalities. x=5
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In R3, x=5 represents the set of points (5,y,z), where y and z can be any real number.
These points form a plane that is parallel to the yz-plane.
Results:
A plane parallel to the yz-plane where all the points on it have an x-coordinate of 5.
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