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Homework Help: Math - Linear Algebra

Posted by Mary on Sunday, December 8, 2013 at 7:01pm.

Let S be the plane defined by x−4y−3z = −18, and let T be the plane defined by −2x+8y+7z = 41. Find the vector equation for the line where S and T intersect.
x 0 0
y = 0 + t0
z 0 0

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