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```				   Give an example of a straight line passing through point (1,3,4) and parallel to the plane X+Y+Z=1
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```										there are infinite examples for this question
L1 : x-1/1 = y-3/1 = z-4/-2
L2 :  x-1/-2 = y-3/1= z-4/1
L3 : x-1/1 = y-3/-2 = z-4/1
L4 : x-1/2  = y-3/3 = z-4/-5
these all are possible examples
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