Calculus grade 12

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Determine an equation for the plane that contains the points A(6, 2, 3), B(5, 1, -3), and C(5, 7, -2).

  1. Steve

    |(x-6) (y-2) (z-3)|
    |(5-6) (1-2) (-3-3)| = 0
    |(5-6) (7-2) (-2-3)|

    35(x-6) + (y-2) - 6(z-3) = 0
    35x + y - 6z = 194

  2. J

    thank you :)

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