Equations of perpeddicual vectors in three-space
the question goes as such: write the parametric equations of the line that goes through point (6, -2, 1) and is perpendicular to both
f: [x,y,z]=[1, 4, -2] +t[3,-1,1] and
I think that if a vector is perpendicular to two vectors with different directions then it must be perpendicular at the point where vectors f and u intersect. I think that in this situation I would use the cross product between the two vector f x u to produce the direction vector of the unknown third vector and go from there.