Suppose you have the parametric form of a line in [itex]ℝ^{3}[/itex]. Given this equation, can we find two planes that intersect at this line? I know that there are infinite such ways we can do this, but what is(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); oneway this can be done? Essentially what I am asking is if you can reverse the procedure <system of two equations in 3-space> --> <solution vector (in 3-space)>.

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# From solution to system

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