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**[SOLVED] Converting from Cartesian to Parametric form**

## Homework Statement

Find a parametric vector equation of for the plane in R^3 having cartesian equation

4y + 5z = - 6

## Homework Equations

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## The Attempt at a Solution

What I did was, first I turned the equation into 4x + 5y = -6, cause I'm more comfortable just treating equations like that.

Then I solved for y and got, y = (-4x -6)/5 = t

Hence x = (4t + 6)/5

and now y = t.

Then in parametric form it becomes:

(x, y) = (6/5, 0) + (4/5, 1)t

Is this right or wrong?