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    lines/planes

    Given the intersecting lines: L1: x = 3t - 3, y = -2t, z = 6t + 7
    L2: x = s - 6, y = -3s - 5, z = 2s + 1

    a) Find the (acute) angle, rounded to the nearest degree, between the lines.
    b) Find the point of intersection of the two lines
    c) Find the equation of the plane containing the two lines.
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    This exact question was answered in the post " Question 0nIntersecting Lines"
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