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OpenStudy (anonymous):

how can I find the vector perpendicular to x=1+t y=2t z=4-3t?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Take the dot product with some <A, B, C> vector and set it to zero, a property that normal vectors have. I get c*<-4, 7/2, 1> as a solution, this would then be related to t.

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