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## Chapter 6: Applications of Vector Algebra

### Tamil Nadu Board Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Class 12th Mathematics Volume 1 and 2 Answers Guide Chapter 6 Applications of Vector Algebra Exercise 6.1 [Page 231]

Prove by vector method that if a line is drawn from the centre of a circle to the midpoint of a chord, then the line is perpendicular to the chord

Prove by vector method that the median to the base of an isosceles triangle is perpendicular to the base

Prove by vector method that an angle in a semi-circle is a right angle

Prove by vector method that the diagonals of a rhombus bisect each other at right angles

Using vector method, prove that if the diagonals of a parallelogram are equal, then it is a rectangle

Prove by vector method that the area of the quadrilateral ABCD having diagonals AC and BD is `1/2 |bar"AC" xx bar"BD"|`

Prove by vector method that the parallelograms on the same base and between the same parallels are equal in area

If G is the centroid of a ΔABC, prove that (area of ΔGAB) = (area of ΔGBC) = (area of ΔGCA) = `1/3` (area of ΔABC)

Using vector method, prove that cos(α – β) = cos α cos β + sin α sin β

Prove by vector method that sin(α + ß) = sin α cos ß + cos α sin ß

A particle acted on by constant forces `8hat"i" + 2hat"j" - 6hat"k"` and `6hat"i" + 2hat"j" - 2hat"k"` is displaced from the point (1, 2, 3) to the point (5, 4, 1). Find the total work done by the forces

Forces of magnitudes `5sqrt(2)` and `10sqrt(2)` units acting in the directions `3hat"i" + 4hat"j" + 5hat"k"` and `10hat"i" + 6hat"j" - 8hat"k"` respectively, act on a particle which is displaced from the point with position vector `4hat"i" - 3hat"j" - 2hat"k"` to the point with position vector `6hat"i" + hat"j" - 3hat"k"`. Find the work done by the forces

Find the magnitude and direction cosines of the torque of a force represented by `3hat"i" + 4hat"j" - 5hat"k"` about the point with position vector `2hat"i" - 3hat"j" + 4hat"k"` acting through a point whose position vector is `4hat"i" + 2hat"j" - 3hat"k"`

Find the torque of the resultant of the three forces represented by `- 3hat"i" + 6hat"j" - 3hat"k", 4hat"i" - 10hat"j" + 12hat"k"` and `4hat"i" + 7hat"j"` acting at the point with position vector `8hat"i" - 6hat"j" - 4hat"k"` about the point with position vector `18hat"i" + 3hat"j" - 9hat"k"`

### Tamil Nadu Board Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Class 12th Mathematics Volume 1 and 2 Answers Guide Chapter 6 Applications of Vector Algebra Exercise 6.2 [Pages 237 - 238]

If `vec"a" = hat"i" - 2hat"j" + 3hat"k", vec"b" = 2hat"i" + hat"j" - 2hat"k", vec"c" = 3hat"i" + 2hat"j" + hat"k"`, find `vec"a" * (vec"b" xx vec"c")`

Find the volume of the parallelepiped whose coterminous edges are represented by the vectors `- 6hat"i" + 14hat"j" + 10hat"k", 14hat"i" - 10hat"j" - 6hat"k"` and `2hat"i" + 4hat"j" - 2hat"k"`

The volume of the parallelepiped whose coterminus edges are `7hat"i" + lambdahat"j" - 3hat"k", hat"i" + 2hat"j" - hat"k", -3hat"i" + 7hat"j" + 5hat"k"` is 90 cubic units. Find the value of λ

If `vec"a", vec"b", vec"c"` are three non-coplanar vectors represented by concurrent edges of a parallelepiped of volume 4 cubic units, find the value of `(vec"a" + vec"b") * (vec"b" xx vec"c") + (vec"b" + vec"c")* (vec"c" xx vec"a") + (vec"c" + vec"a") * (vec"a" xx vec"b")`

Find the altitude of a parallelepiped determined by the vectors `vec"a" = - 2hat"i" + 5hat"j" + 3hat"k", vec"b" = hat"i" + 3hat"j" - 2hat"k"` and `vec"c" = - vec"i" + vec"j" + 4vec"k"` if the base is taken as the parallelogram determined by `vec"b"` and `vec"c"`

Determine whether the three vectors `2hat"i" + 3hat"j" + hat"k", hat"i" - 2hat"j" + 2hat"k"` and `3hat"i" + hat"j" + 3hat"k"` are coplanar

Ler `vec"a" = hat"i" + hat"j" + hat"k", vec"b" = hat"i"` and `vec"c" = "c"_1hat"i" + "c"_2hat"j" + "c"_3hat"k"`. If c_{1} = 1 and c_{2} = 2. find c_{3} such that `vec"a", vec"b"` and `vec"c"` are coplanar

If `vec"a" = hat"i" - hat"k", vec"b" = xhat"i" + hat"j" + (1 - x)hat"k", vec"c" = yhat"i" + xhat"j" + (1 + x - y)hat"k"`, show that `[(vec"a", vec"b", vec"c")]` depends on neither x nor y

If the vectors `"a"hat"i" + "a"hat"j" + "c"hat"k", hat"i" + hat"k"` and `"c"hat"i" + "c"hat"j" + "b"hat"k"` are coplanar, prove that c is the geometric mean of a and b

Let `vec"a", vec"b", vec"c"` be three non-zero vectors such that `vec"c"` is a unit vector perpendicular to both `vec"a"` and `vec"b"`. If the angle between `vec"a"` and `vec"b"` is `pi/6`, show that `[(vec"a", vec"b", vec"c")]^2 = 1/4|vec"a"|^2|vec"b"|^2`

### Tamil Nadu Board Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Class 12th Mathematics Volume 1 and 2 Answers Guide Chapter 6 Applications of Vector Algebra Exercise 6.3 [Page 242]

If `vec"a" = hat"i" - 2hat"j" + 3hat"k", vec"b" = 2hat"i" + hat"j" - 2hat"k", vec"c" = 3hat"i" + 2hat"j" + hat"k"`, find `(vec"a" xx vec"b") xx vec"c"`

If `vec"a" = hat"i" - 2hat"j" + 3hat"k", vec"b" = 2hat"i" + hat"j" - 2hat"k", vec"c" = 3hat"i" + 2hat"j" + hat"k"`, find `vec"a" xx (vec"b" xx vec"c")`

For any vector `vec"a"`, prove that `hat"i" xx (vec"a" xx hat"i") + hat"j" xx (vec"a" xx hat"j") + hat"k" xx (vec"a" xx hat"k") = 2vec"a"`

Prove that `[vec"a" - vec"b", vec"b" - vec"c", vec"c" - vec"a"]` = 0

If `vec"a" = 2hat"i" + 3hat"j" - hat"k", vec"b" = 3hat"i" + 5hat"j" + 2hat"k", vec"c" = - hat"i" - 2hat"j" + 3hat"k"`, verify that `(vec"a" xx vec"b") xx vec"c" = (vec"a"*vec"c")vec"b" - (vec"b" * vec"c")vec"a"`

If `vec"a" = 2hat"i" + 3hat"j" - hat"k", vec"b" = 3hat"i" + 5hat"j" + 2hat"k", vec"c" = - hat"i" - 2hat"j" + 3hat"k"`, verify that `vec"a" xx (vec"b" xx vec"c") = (vec"a"*vec"c")vec"b" - (vec"a"*vec"b")vec"c"`

`vec"a" = 2hat"i" + 3hat"j" - hat"k", vec"b" = -hat"i" + 2hat"j" - 4hat"k", vec"c" = hat"i" + hat"j" + hat"k"` then find the va;ue of `(vec"a" xx vec"b")*(vec"a" xx vec"c")`

If `vec"a", vec"b", vec"c", vec"d"` are coplanar vectors, show that `(vec"a" xx vec"b") xx (vec"c" xx vec"d") = vec0`

If `vec"a" = hat"i" + 2hat"j" + 3hat"k", vec"b" = 2hat"i" - hat"j" + hat"k", vec"c" = 3hat"i" + 2hat"j" + hat"k"` and `vec"a" xx (vec"b" xx vec"c") = lvec"a" + "m"vec"b" + ""vec"c"`, find the values of l, m, n

If `hat"a", hat"b", hat"c"` are three unit vectors such that `hat"b"` and `hat"c"` are non-parallel and `hat"a" xx (hat"b" xx hat"c") = 1/2 hat"b"`, find the angle between `hat"a"` and `hat"c"`

### Tamil Nadu Board Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Class 12th Mathematics Volume 1 and 2 Answers Guide Chapter 6 Applications of Vector Algebra Exercise 6.4 [Page 249]

Find the non-parametric form of vector equation and Cartesian equations of the straight line passing through the point with position vector `4hat"i" + 3hat"j" - 7hat"k"` and parallel to the vector `2hat"i" - 6hat"j" + 7hat"k"`

Find the parametric form of vector equation and Cartesian equations of the straight line passing through the point (– 2, 3, 4) and parallel to the straight line `(x - 1)/(-4) = (y + 3)/5 = (8 - z)/6`

Find the points where the straight line passes through (6, 7, 4) and (8, 4, 9) cuts the xz and yz planes

Find the direction cosines of the straight line passing through the points (5, 6, 7) and (7, 9, 13). Also, find the parametric form of vector equation and Cartesian equations of the straight line passing through two given points

Find the acute angle between the following lines.

`vec"r" = (4hat"i" - hat"j") + "t"(hat"i" + 2hat"j" - 2hat"k")`

Find the acute angle between the following lines.

`(x + 4)/3 = (y - 7)/4 = (z + 5)/5, vec"r" = 4hat"k" + "t"(2hat"i" + hat"j" + hat"k")`

Find the acute angle between the following lines.

2x = 3y = – z and 6x = – y = – 4z

The vertices of ΔABC are A(7, 2, 1), 5(6, 0, 3), and C(4, 2, 4). Find ∠ABC

f the straight line joining the points (2, 1, 4) and (a – 1, 4, – 1) is parallel to the line joining the points (0, 2, b – 1) and (5, 3, – 2) find the values of a and b

If the straight lines `(x - 5)/(5"m" + 2) = (2 - y)/5 = (1 - z)/(-1)` and x = `(2y + 1)/(4"m") = (1 - z)/(-3)` are perpendicular to ech other find the value of m

Show that the points (2, 3, 4), (– 1, 4, 5) and (8, 1, 2) are collinear

### Tamil Nadu Board Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Class 12th Mathematics Volume 1 and 2 Answers Guide Chapter 6 Applications of Vector Algebra Exercise 6.5 [Page 255]

Find the parametric form of vector equation and Cartesian equations of straight line passing through (5, 2, 8) and is perpendicular to the straight lines `vec"r" = (hat"i" + hat"j" - hat"k") + "s"(2hat"i" - 2hat"j" + hat"k")` and `vec"r" = (2hat"i" - hat"j" - 3hat"k") + "t"(hat"i" + 2hat"j" + 2hat"k")`

Show that the lines `vec"r" = (6hat"i" + hat"j" + 2hat"k") + "s"(hat"i" + 2hat"j" - 3hat"k")` and `vec"r" = (3hat"i" + 2hat"j" - 2hat"k") + "t"(2hat"i" + 4hat"j" - 5hat"k")` are skew lines and hence find the shortest distance between them

If the two lines `(x - 1)/2 = (y + 1)/3 = (z - 1)/4` and `(x - 3)/1 = (y - "m")/2` = z intersect at a point, find the value of m

Show that the lines `(x - 3)/3 = (y - 3)/(-1), z - 1` = 0 and `(x - 6)/2 = (z - 1)/3, y - 2` = 0 intersect. Aslo find the point of intersection

Show that the straight lines x + 1 = 2y = – 12z and x = y + 2 = 6z – 6 are skew and hence find the shortest distance between them

Find the parametric form of vector equation of the straight line passing through (−1, 2, 1) and parallel to the straight line `vec"r" = (2hat"i" + 3hat"j" - hat"k") + "t"(hat"i" - 2hat"j" + hat"k")` and hence find the shortest distance between the lines

Find the foot of the perpendicular drawn: from the point (5, 4, 2) to the line `(x + 1)/2 = (y - 3)/3 = (z - 1)/(-1)`. Also, find the equation of the perpendicular

### Tamil Nadu Board Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Class 12th Mathematics Volume 1 and 2 Answers Guide Chapter 6 Applications of Vector Algebra Exercise 6.6 [Page 259]

Find a parametric form of vector equation of a plane which is at a distance of 7 units from t the origin having 3, – 4, 5 as direction ratios of a normal to it

Find the direction cosines of the normal to the plane 12x + 3y – 4z = 65. Also find the non-parametric form of vector equation of a plane and the length of the perpendicular to the plane from the origin

Find the vector and Cartesian equation of the plane passing through the point with position vector `2hat"i" + 6hat"j" + 3hat"k"` and normal to the vector `hat"i" + 3hat"j" + 5hat"k"`

A plane passes through the point (− 1, 1, 2) and the normal to the plane of magnitude `3sqrt(3)` makes equal acute angles with the coordinate axes. Find the equation of the plane

Find the intercepts cut off by the plane `vec"r"*(6hat"i" + 45hat"j" - 3hat"k")` = 12 on the coordinate axes

If a plane meets the co-ordinate axes at A, B, C such that the centroid of the triangle ABC is the point (u, v, w), find the equation of the plane

### Tamil Nadu Board Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Class 12th Mathematics Volume 1 and 2 Answers Guide Chapter 6 Applications of Vector Algebra Exercise 6.7 [Page 263]

Find the non-parametric form of vector equation and Cartesian equation of the plane passing through the point (2, 3, 6) and parallel to thestraight lines `(x - 1)/2 = (y + 1)/3 = (x - 3)/1` and `(x + 3)/2 = (y - 3)/(-5) = (z + 1)/(-3)`

Find the parametric form of vector equation, and Cartesian equations of the plane passing through the points (2, 2, 1), (9, 3, 6) and perpendicular to the plane 2x + 6y + 6z = 9

Find the parametric form of vector equation and Cartesian equations of the plane passing through the points (2, 2, 1), (1, – 2, 3) and parallel to the straight line passing through the points (2, 1, – 3) and (– 1, 5, – 8)

Find the non-parametric form of vector equation and cartesian equation of the plane passing through the point (1, − 2, 4) and perpendicular to the plane x + 2y − 3z = 11 and parallel to the line `(x + 7)/3 = (y + 3)/(-1) = z/1`

Find the parametric form of vector equation, and Cartesian equations of the plane containing the line `vec"r" = (hat"i" - hat"j" + 3hat"k") + "t"(2hat"i" - hat"j" + 4hat"k")` and perpendicular to plane `vec"r"*(hat"i" + 2hat"j" + hat"k")` = 8

Find the parametric vector, non-parametric vector and Cartesian form of the equation of the plane passing through the point (3, 6, – 2), (– 1, – 2, 6) and (6, 4, – 2)

Find the non-parametric form of vector equation and Cartesian equations of the plane `vec"r" = (6hat"i" - hat"j" + hat"k") + "s"(-hat"i" + 2hat"j" + hat"k") + "t"(-5hat"i" - 4hat"j" - 5hat"k")`

### Tamil Nadu Board Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Class 12th Mathematics Volume 1 and 2 Answers Guide Chapter 6 Applications of Vector Algebra Exercise 6.8 [Page 266]

Show that the straight lines `vec"r" = (5hat"i" + 7hat"j" - 3hat"k") + "s"(4hat"i" + 4hat"j" - 5hat"k")` and `vec"r"(8hat"i" + 4hat"j" + 5hat"k") + "t"(7hat"i" + hat"j" + 3hat"k")` are coplanar. Find the vector equation of the plane in which they lie

Show that the lines `(x - 2)/1 = (y - 3)/1 = (z - 4)/3` and `(x - 1)/(-3) = (y - 4)/2 = (z - 5)/1` are coplanar. Also, find the plane containing these lines

If the straight lines `(x - 1)/1 - (y - 2)/2 = (z - 3)/"m"^2` and `(x - 3)/5 = (y - 2)/"m"^2 = (z - 1)/2` are coplanar, find the distinct real values of m

If the straight lines `(x - 1)/2 = (y + 1)/lambda = z/2` and `(x + 1)/5 = (y + 1)/2 = z/lambda` are coplanar, find λ and equations of the planes containing these two lines

### Tamil Nadu Board Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Class 12th Mathematics Volume 1 and 2 Answers Guide Chapter 6 Applications of Vector Algebra Exercise 6.9 [Page 276]

Find the equation of the plane passing through the line of intersection of the planes `vec"r"*(2hat"i" - 7hat"j" + 4hat"k")` = 3 and 3x – 5y + 4z + 11 = 0, and the point (– 2, 1, 3)

Find the equation of the plane passing through the line of intersection of the planes x + 2y + 3z = 2 and x – y + z = 3 and at a distance `2/sqrt(3)` from the point (3, 1, –1)

Find the angle between the line `vec"r" = (2hat"i" - hat"j" + hat"k") + "t"(hat"i" + 2hat"j" - 2hat"k")` and the plane `vec"r"*(6hat"i" + 3hat"j" + 2hat"k")` = 8

Find the angle between the planes `vec"r"*(hat"i" + hat"j" - 2hat"k")` = 3 and 2x – 2y + z = 2

Find the equation of the plane which passes through the point (3, 4, –1) and is parallel to the plane 2x – 3y + 5z + 7 = 0. Also, find the distance between the two planes

Find the length of the perpendicular from the point (1, – 2, 3) to the plane x – y + z = 5

Find the point of intersection of the line with the plane (x – 1) = `y/2` = z + 1 with the plane 2x – y – 2z = 2. Also, the angle between the line and the plane

Find the co-ordinates of the foot of the perpendicular and length of the perpendicular from the point (4, 3, 2) to the plane x + 2y + 3z = 2.

### Tamil Nadu Board Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Class 12th Mathematics Volume 1 and 2 Answers Guide Chapter 6 Applications of Vector Algebra Exercise 6.10 [Pages 276 - 278]

#### MCQ

Choose the correct alternative:

If `vec"a"` and `vec"b"` are parallel vectors, then `[vec"a", vec"c", vec"b"]` is equal to

2

– 1

1

0

Choose the correct alternative:

If a vector `vecalpha` lies in the plane of `vecbeta` and `vecϒ`, then

`[vecalpha, vecbeta, vecϒ]` = 1

`[vecalpha, vecbeta, vecϒ]` = – 1

`[vecalpha, vecbeta, vecϒ]` = 0

`[vecalpha, vecbeta, vecϒ]` = 2

Choose the correct alternative:

If `vec"a"*vec"b" = vec"b"*vec"c" = vec"c"*vec"a"` = 0, then the value of `[vec"a", vec"b", vec"c"]` is

`|vec"a"||vec"b"||vec"c"|`

`1/3|vec"a"||vec"b"||vec"c"|`

1

– 1

Choose the correct alternative:

If `vec"a", vec"b", vec"c"` are three unit vectors such that `vec"a"` is perpendicular to `vec"b"`, and is parallel to `vec"c"` then `vec"a" xx (vec"b" xx vec"c")` is equal to

`vec"a"`

`vec"b"`

`vec"c"`

`vec0`

Choose the correct alternative:

If `[vec"a", vec"b", vec"c"]` = 1, then the value of `(vec"a"*(vec"b" xx vec"c"))/((vec"c" xx vec"a")*vec"b") + (vec"b"*(vec"c" xx vec"a"))/((vec"a" xx vec"b")*vec"c") + (vec"c"*(vec"a" xx vec"b"))/((vec"c" xx vec"b")*vec"a")` is

1

– 1

2

3

Choose the correct alternative:

The volume of the parallelepiped with its edges represented by the vectors `hat"i" + hat"j", hat"i" + 2hat"j", hat"i" + hat"j" + pihat"k"` is

`pi/2`

`pi/3`

π

`pi/4`

Choose the correct alternative:

If `vec"a"` and `vec"b"` are unit vectors such that `[vec"a", vec"b", vec"a" xx vec"b"] = 1/4`, are unit vectors such that `vec"a"` nad `vec"b"` is

`pi/6`

`pi/4`

`pi/3`

`pi/2`

Choose the correct alternative:

If `vec"a" = hat"i" + hat"j" + hat"k", vec"b" = hat"i" + hat"j", vec"c" = hat"i"` and `(vec"a" xx vec"b")vec"c" - lambdavec"a" + muvec"b"` then the value of λ + µ is

0

1

6

3

Choose the correct alternative:

If `vec"a", vec"b", vec"c"` are non-coplanar, non-zero vectors `[vec"a", vec"b", vec"c"]` = 3, then `{[[vec"a" xx vec"b", vec"b" xx vec"c", vec"c" xx vec"a"]]}^2` is equal to

81

9

27

18

Choose the correct alternative:

If `vec"a", vec"b", vec"c"` are three non-coplanar vectors such that `vec"a" xx (vec"b" xx vec"c") = (vec"b" + vec"c")/sqrt(2)` then the angle between `vec"a"` and `vec"b"` is

`pi/2`

`(3pi)/4`

`pi/4`

π

Choose the correct alternative:

If the volume of the parallelepiped with `vec"a" xx vec"b", vec"b" xx vec"c", vec"c" xx vec"a"` as coterminous edges is 8 cubic units, then the volume of the parallelepiped with `(vec"a" xx vec"b") xx (vec"b" xx vec"c"), (vec"b" xx vec"c") xx (vec"c" xx vec"a")` and `(vec"c" xx vec"a") xx (vec"a" xx vec"b")` as coterminous edges is

64 cubic units

512 cubic units

64 cubic units

24 cubic units

Choose the correct alternative:

Consider the vectors `vec"a", vec"b", vec"c", vec"d"` such that `(vec"a" xx vec"b") xx (vec"c" xx vec"d") = vec0`. Let P_{1} and P_{2} be the planes determined by the pairs of vectors `vec"a", vec"b"` and `vec'c", vec"d"` respectively. Then the angle between P_{1} and P_{2} is

0°

45°

60°

90°

Choose the correct alternative:

I`vec"a" xx (vec"b" xx vec"c") = (vec"a" xx vec"b") xx vec"c"`, where `vec"a", vec"b", vec"c"` are any three vectors such that `vec"b"*vec"c" ≠ 0` and `vec"a"*vec"b" ≠ 0`, then `vec"a"` and `vec"c"` are

perpendicular

parallel

inclined at an angle `pi/3`

inclined at an angle `pi/6`

Choose the correct alternative:

If `vec"a" = 2hat"i" + 3hat"j" - hat"k", vec"b" = hat"i" + 2hat"j" - 5hat"k", vec"c" = 3hat"i" + 5hat"j" - hat"k"`, then a vector perpendicular to `vec"a"` and lies in the plane containing `vec"b"` and `vec"c"` is

`-17hat"i" + 21hat"j" - 97hat"k"`

`7hat"i"+ 21hat"j" 123hat"k"`

`-17hat"i" - 21hat"j" + 97hat"k"`

`-17hat"i" - 21hat"j" - 97hat"k"`

Choose the correct alternative:

The angle between the lines `(x - 2)/3 = (y + 1)/(-2)`, z = 2 ad `(x - 1)/1 = (2y + 3)/3 = (z + 5)/2` is

`pi/6`

`pi/4`

`pi/3`

`pi/2`

Choose the correct alternative:

If the line `(x - )/3 = (y - 1)/(-5) = (x + 2)/2` lies in the plane x + 3y – αz + ß = 0 then (α + ß) is

(– 5, 5)

(– 6, 7)

(5, – 5)

(6, – 7)

Choose the correct alternative:

The angle between the line `vec"r" = (hat"i" + 2hat"j" - 3hat"k") + "t"(2hat"i" + hat"j" - 2hat"k")` and the plane `vec"r"(hat"i" + hat"j") + 4` = 0 is

0°

30°

45°

90°

Choose the correct alternative:

The coordinates of the point where the line `vec"r" = (6hat"i" - hat"j" - 3hat"k") + "t"(- hat"i" + 4hat"k")` meets the plane `vec"r"*(hat"i" + hat"j" - hat"k")` = 3 are

(2, 1, 0)

(7, – 1, – 7)

(1, 2, – 6)

(5, –1, 1)

Choose the correct alternative:

Distance from the origin to the plane 3x – 6y + 2z + 7 = 0 is

0

1

2

3

Choose the correct alternative:

The distance between the planes x + 2y + 3z + 7 = 0 and 2x + 4y + 6z + 7 = 0 is

`sqrt(7)/(2sqrt(2))`

`7/2`

`sqrt(7)/2`

`7/(2sqrt(2))`

Choose the correct alternative:

If the direction cosines of a line are `1/"c", 1/"c", 1/"c"`

c = ± 3

c = `+- sqrt(3)`

c > 0

0 < c < 1

Choose the correct alternative:

The vector equation `vec"r" = (hat"i" - hat"j" - hat"k") + "t"(6hat"i" - hat"k")` represents a straight line passing through the points

(0, 6, −1) and (1, − 2, −1)

(0, 6, −1) − and (−1,− 4, −2)

(1, −2, −1) and (1, 4, −2)

(1, −2, −1) and (0, −6, 1)

Choose the correct alternative:

If the distance of the point (1, 1, 1) from the origin is half of its distance from the plane x + y + z + k = 0, then the values of k are

± 3

± 6

– 3, 9

3, – 9

Choose the correct alternative:

If the planes `vec"r"(2hat"i" - lambdahat"j" + hatk")` = and `vec"r"(4hat"i" + hat"j" - muhat"k")` = 5 are parallel, then the value of λ and µ are

`1/2, 2`

`- 1/2, 2`

`- 1/2, -2`

`1/2, 2`

Choose the correct alternative:

If the length of the perpendicular from the origin to the plane 2x + 3y + λz = 1, λ > 0 is `1/5, then the value of λ is

`2sqrt(3)`

`3sqrt(2)`

0

1

## Chapter 6: Applications of Vector Algebra

## Tamil Nadu Board Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Class 12th Mathematics Volume 1 and 2 Answers Guide chapter 6 - Applications of Vector Algebra

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Concepts covered in Class 12th Mathematics Volume 1 and 2 Answers Guide chapter 6 Applications of Vector Algebra are Introduction to Applications of Vector Algebra, Geometric Introduction to Vectors, Scalar Product and Vector Product, Scalar Triple Product of Vectors, Vector Triple Product, Jacobi’S Identity and Lagrange’S Identity, Application of Vectors to 3-dimensional Geometry, Different Forms of Equation of a Plane, Image of a Point in a Plane, Meeting Point of a Line and a Plane.

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