Finding the equation of a line through a point and parallel vector

The question is: Find the equation of a line in R^{4} through the point (6,2,1,0) and parallel to vector v=<1,2,0,3>.

here's what I have:

(w,x,y,z)=(6,2,1,0)+t<1,2,0,3>

=(6,2,1,0)+<t,2t,0,3t>

are there any further steps to find the equation of the line or is that all I can do?

Re: Finding the equation of a line through a point and parallel vector

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**bakinbacon** The question is: Find the equation of a line in R^{4} through the point (6,2,1,0) and parallel to vector v=<1,2,0,3>.

here's what I have:

(w,x,y,z)=(6,2,1,0)+t<1,2,0,3>

=(6,2,1,0)+<t,2t,0,3t>

are there any further steps to find the equation of the line or is that all I can do?

"are there any further steps to find the equation?"

That is purely a matter of opinion.

$\displaystyle \ell (t) = \left\{ {\begin{array}{l} {w(t) = 6 + t} \\ {x(t) = 2 + 2t} \\ {y(t) = 1} \\ {z(t) = 3t} \\ \end{array} } \right.$

Re: Finding the equation of a line through a point and parallel vector

okay, I'll make sure to include that part. thank you