Math  Intersection of planes
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You are given the following two planes:
x+4y3z12=0
x+6y2z22=0
a) Use the two original equations to determine two other equations that have the same solution as the original two.
ANS: the original two are not parallel in anyway so can I just take multiples of the original two OR is there any other way to find them?
b) Find a third equation that will have a unique solution with the original two equations.
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