what is the equation of the plane that is parallel to the vectors <1,1,4> and <3,6,1>; and includes the point P(1,1,6)?

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what is the equation of the plane that is parallel to the vectors <1,1,4> and <3,6,1>; and includes the point P(1,1,6)?

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-23x+11y+3z=6 is it?
Obtain the vector product of of <1,1,4> and <3,6,1>. This will give you a vector normal to the plane, lets say . Then write the plane as a(x-1) + b(y-1) +c(z-6) =0
him: very good :) sweet; let me verify those numbers ;)

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r u testing us out here or something?
maybe :)
haha good one
y so?
tel me the ans
abe 3d ke question ke liye kyon itna ucchal kood rha hai...
sweet; your numbers are good :)...didnt check the =6 part tho ;)
thanx amistre
him; all the questions posted "test us" lol ;)

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