Posted by **Shaila** on Wednesday, September 1, 2010 at 3:13am.

Show that the line [x,y,z]=[10,5,16]+t[3,1,5] is contained in the plane x+2y-z-4=0

I tries writing the vector equation in parametric form and then substituting it into the respective x,y,z in the plane, after simplifying I get 0t=0 does this mean that the line is in the plane or did I do something wrong

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