(x-1)/2 = (y-3)/5= (z-1)/3) and (x-2)/4 = (y+2)/2 = (z+2)/3
Let A and B be the two points on each line such that the vector AB is perpendicular to each line. Find the coordinates of A and B and then use the distance formula to get the distance between them.
Let A and B be the two points on each line such that the vector AB is perpendicular to each line. Find the coordinates of A and B and then use the distance formula to get the distance between them.
Is a point any part of the equation that is equal? Or is it the whole thing? I dont understand what exactly the equations are for.
Is a point any part of the equation that is equal? Or is it the whole thing? I dont understand what exactly the equations are for.
Thanks.
I have no idea what you're asking but I suggest you go back and review your class notes and textbook on lines before making further attempts on this question.