## Linear Algebra planes in 4d

1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

I am given two lines in vector form in 4-space. I need to write an equation for the plane that is parallel to one line, and contains the other line.

2. Relevant equations
well i know that in 3d I would find a normal vector for the plane that would be perpendicular to both lines, and that would let me define the plane. However i am stumped because in 4-space there are an infinite amount of vectors that are perpendicular to both lines.

3. The attempt at a solution
I took the dot product of the vectors and got an infinite number of possible normals. I know one point on the plane from the line that is contained in the plane, all i need is another vector in the plane to define it but I cannot figure it out.

I didn't want to give the numbers here because i can find it out on my own once I am given some direction.
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