1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Determine whether the lines L1:x=t, y=16+4t ,z=8+t and L2:x=−7+2t, y=−8+6t, z=−3+4t intersect, are skew, or are parallel. If they intersect, determine the point of intersection 2. Relevant equations t = -7 + 2s 16 + 4t = -8 + 6s 8 + t = -3 + 4s 3. The attempt at a solution I solved the first two equations for s and t then plugged them into the third which confirmed that the lines intersect. To determine the point of intersection, I figured that setting the parametric equations equal to each other and solving for t would give the correct answer, but that doesn't seem to be the right way (I got 7 for the x-coordinate of the intersection). So my question is how do I find the intersection?