Hi,

Sorry if my post would be in the wrong section, but I didn't know where to put it as there's no topic called 'projective geometry'.

I'm working on the following problem. Suppose we're working in the projective space \mathbb{P}^4 where we have given the Plucker coordinates of a plane  \alpha: (a_0:a_1:a_2:a_3) and the Plucker coordinates of a line l = (d:m)=(d_1:d_2:d_3:m_1:m_2:m_3). The question is, what are the coordinates of the intersection point?

I can represent the plane \alpha analytically as a_0x_0+a_1x_1+a_2x_2+a_3x_3=0 which can be useful to work with, but I also want an analytically expression of the line, which I cannot find. I did some research and I found on wikipedia that the coordinates of the intersection point are given by: (x_0:x)=(a\cdot d: a \times m - a_0d) where x=(x_1:x_2:x_3) and a=(a_1:a_2:a_3). Honestly, I don't know how they came to that answer as I have no analytical expression for the line l.

How do I have to approach this problem?

Many thanks,
Impo