what am I suppose to do with those three plane equations?
wow, I have no idea what you're talking about
but basically what I can do
is the minimum distance between
point and a plane
line and a plane
point and a line
line and a line
I've never encountered a point and three equations, I have no idea what to do...
What I am suggesting you do is to solve this system of equations first:
$\displaystyle x - y + 3z = 1$
$\displaystyle -x + 3y - z = 3$
$\displaystyle y + z = 2$
This will result in the equation(s) for a kind of geometric figure (point, line, plane, etc. I'm not going to tell you which.) Then find the shortest distance from your point to this geometric figure.
-Dan
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