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I have this question that's been giving me a hard time, I dont really know how to do it.

"Let A be an arbitrary vector. It may be projected along a direction V on the plane P with normal vector n. What is its image A` ?"

I know that A + lamda*V = A` , and that we have to do something with normal vector (perhaps a dot product with A` to eliminate lamda from the equation) to get a general formula for this situation, however I am unable to get an answer, any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks!

A.Z.H

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# Homework Help: Linear Algebra: Projection Theortical Problem

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