How do you find an equation of a plane in 3-space when you are only given one point and the parametric equation of a line which is contained within the plane? I tried making an augmented matrix but only have 2 equations for 3 unknowns!!!
I know how it relates to finding the equation. My problem is that I have no clue how to find it:-)
ok. I get that now. What happens if Instead of being given the equation of a line im told that the plane contains a line that intersects two other planes. And then I am given just the equation of the two other planes and a point on the plane that im looking for?
I am not given the equation of a line at all. I am told that two planes (of which the equations are given) intersect at a line. That line passes through another plane. I am given a point in the plane and told to find it's equation> now from what i understand i can't do much with the equations of two planes cause there are three unknown... unl;ess- am i ment to solve in terms of the unkown and use that to choose any two random points and then make vectors to the given point and do what you just told me to do??