Hint: You can solve it with substitution. In the first equation, subtract (zNear * A) from both sides. That gives B = -(zNear * A). Then substitute that for B in the second equation.

]]>i still dont understand it doesn’t look like i can make it into a matrix form of a and b can you give what they should look like in the initial setup augmented matrix

]]>Algebra! You can search for “systems of equations in 2 variables” to learn how to solve two independent equations with two variable.

]]>before. So nice to discover someone with unique thoughts on this issue.

Really.. thanks for starting this up. This web site is one thing that is needed on

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I too love 3D. I first saw 3d renderings in the movie the last starfighter back in the 1980’s.

I later got re-introduced when I found out about Active World (activeworlds.com). There, you can create 3d spaces where visitors can interact with the 3d objects and chat with other visitors.

I saw the future potencial of creating entire web pages in 3d, but no one else seems to be interested in such a project.

On my website I have an interface that I created to help people view 3d websites. It can be downloaded for free. http://www.webelementsplus.com/index/Slipstream3D/slipstream3d.html

Anyhow, I just wanted to make contact and introduce myself. Perhaps we could do some 3d work together.

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