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Homework Help: Math - interection of two lines

Posted by Shaila on Saturday, August 28, 2010 at 4:34am.

Determine if L1 [x,y,z]=[4,-3,2]+t[1,8,-3] and L2 [x,y,z]=[2,-19,8]+s[4,-5,-9] intersect

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