** I accidentally posted this in the pre-calc math section first, but I think it's more applicable here...sorry** 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data I need to find the intersection point of two vectors. For vector A, I have it's start point (0,0,0) and it's magnitude in components (-.41, .28, -.08). For vector B, I only know it's start point (-2.70, -.45, -.21) I also know that the angle between the two vectors is 38.3 degrees. I know this system has a unique solution, but I am having trouble arriving there mathematically. 2. Relevant equations I am guessing I need to use some combination of AB=|A||B|cos(theta) and setting the equations of the lines equal... but haven't had any success yet. 3. The attempt at a solution Like I said, I've tried writing equations for the two vectors and solving for them equal to each other, as well as a geometric approach.