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    Vector equations in parametric form and in scalar product form

    I just dont get these 2 questions can someone kindly provide some explanation and solutions. Thanks

    Q1: Find the vector equations (in parametric and scalar product form), of the plane which
    pass through (2,-1,-2) and is parallel to 3i+j-2k and i-3k

    Q2: Find the equations in scalar product form and in Cartesian form of the plane which
    pass through the origin O and is perpendicular to the line r=-2k+ λ(2i-j+7k)
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    Quote Originally Posted by engchunh View Post
    I just dont get these 2 questions can someone kindly provide some explanation and solutions. Thanks

    Q1: Find the vector equations (in parametric and scalar product form), of the plane which
    pass through (2,-1,-2) and is parallel to 3i+j-2k and i-3k
    Find the cross product of the two vectors.
    That is the normal to the plane containing the point.
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