whats the equation of plane passing thru  point (1,1,1) containing line r‾=(-3i+j+5k)+λ(-3i-j-5k)? also prove that it contains line r‾=(-i+2j+5k)+ μ(i-2j-5k).

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required plane containing line u r given so by its direction u find normal of plane and then r.n=a ...u r done...


 


pres thnx if i helped u...

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