# Given two parametrizations q+t(a) and r+t(b) of a line, if a=b, then q=r. True or false? Please explain!?

• Given two parametrizations q+t(a) and r+t(b) of a line, if a=b, then q=r. True or false? Please explain!?

... show that it is not always the case that P'Q' = R'S'. ... then A'B' = AB. Given, ... is on m and collinear with T(A) and T(B). Now, suppose Q is a ...
Positive: 36 %
... (namely the pair (a,b) (a, b)), ... (Q (t))). However, ... then R R is decreased (divided by a given factor ς,ς>1.0 ...
Positive: 33 %

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