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Find the projection of the line 3x – y +2z – 1 = 0, x +2y – z = 2 on the plane 3x + 2y +z = 0.

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  1. I assume you can find the equation of the line.

    The following article should help after that.

    http://www.nabla.hr/CG-LinesPlanesIn3DC2.htm

    posted by Steve

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