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# What restrictions must be made on x, y, and 2 so that the triple (x, y, 2} will represent a point on the yaxis? For the triple (x, y, z} to represent...

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—— What restrictions must be made on x, y, and 2 so that the triple (x, y, 2} will represent a point on the y—axis? For the triple (x, y, z} to represent a point on the y—axis, x must be —Select— v , 1/ must be —Select— v , and 2 must be —Selec1— v . 0n the z-axis? For the triple (x, y, z} to represent a point on the z-axis, x must be —Selec1— v , y must be —Selec1— v , and 2 must be —Selec1— v . In the x2- pla ne? For the triple (x, y, z} to represent a point in the xz-plane, x must be —Selec1— v , y must be —Selec1— v , and 2 must be —Select— v . In the yr pla ne? For the triple (x, y, z} to represent a point in the yz-plane, x must be —Selec1— v , y must be —Selec1— v , and 2 must be —Select— v .