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    The points on a plane: A(-3;2) and B(1.5;-3) are included in a parallel right to another one which crosses point at P(-2;-4)
    a) The equation of this last right
    b) The equation of the right which passes through the origin and is perpendicular to both of them

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    a) Given to points A(-3,2) and B(1.5,-3) we can find the slope
    of the line (right) passing through them.
    The slope is m = (-3-2)/(1.5-(-3)) = ...

    Solution Summary

    The equation of a line from planes is calculated. The points on a plane are given.