Consider a general point in a plane $${(x, y, z)}$$ and a specific point $${(x_0, y_0, z_0)}$$. The vector(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

$${(x - x_0)\tmmathbf{i}+ (y - y_0)\tmmathbf{j}+ (z - z_0)\tmmathbf{k}}$$

is parallel to the plane.

Consider the plane $${{(x, y, z,) |y = z}}$$. One point that lies in the plane is the point $${(1, 1, 1)}$$. Find a second point in the plane and the vector that connects them.

So are the below answers correct?

Second point (2,2,2)

Vector= i+j+k

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# Finding a point in a plane.

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