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**iExcavate** Hey I am studying Linear and Abstract Algebra and came across this:

Find the Cartesian equation of the line that passes through the point $\displaystyle P(2, 0, -5)$ and is perpendicular to both the vectors $\displaystyle u = (0, 1, 4)$ and $\displaystyle v(-2, -1, 3)$

I am aware that Cartesian equations are in the form: $\displaystyle {(x - x0)/a} = {(y - y0)/b} = {(z - z0)/c} $, where a,b,c do not equal 0. However, I am not sure how to write the above as a Cartesian equation. If you could help, I thank you!