Start with the most general form of a Plane

Ax + By + Cz + D = 0

Orthogonal to r

(1) 3A + 2B + C = 0

Orthogonal to t

6A + 4B + 2C = 0 ==> 3A + 2B + C = 0

Ah! They played a little trick on us. r and t are parallel. Fortunately, we can generate more direction numbers form the two most obvious points on the lines.

2-0 = 2, -1-0 = -1, and 1-0 = 1

Orthogonal to a line with those dirction numbers.

(2) 2A - B + C = 0

Contains the point (2,1,-1)

(3) 2A + B - C + D = 0

That's enough. With three constraints and four variables, we'll have to pick one to parameterize the others. I chose A.

B = -A/3, C = -7A/3, and D = -4A

Substituting into the original general form and dividing by -A/3 gives:

3x - y - 7z - 12 = 0

There are the values we seek. The line is then trivial.