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I am kind of tired and not thinking clearly, but a plane would have two parameters in vector form and a line only has one. Would you solve for the single parameter in the line and then use that parameter in the equation of the plane?
I am honestly not sure where to start here
Find the perpendicular line vector between the planes if I recall. (may not be correct, calc iii was a long time ago)
This is actually form linear algebra, but I guess the concept is still the same
But I still don't know what to do here, our professor told us on this one...."hint you have not learned cross product in my class yet so it is not needed for this problem".
I feel like there is something with changing the parameter first, then setting them equal.
this may help http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/mathematics/18-02sc-multivariable-calculus-fall-2010/1.-vectors-and-matrices/part-c-parametric-equations-for-curves/session-16-intersection-of-a-line-and-a-plane/MIT18_02SC_we_9_comb.pdf
That is exactly what I need, thank you
np, happy to help. I also found this and thought maybe it was the LA way, http://mathworld.wolfram.com/Line-PlaneIntersection.html