Miller Indices Crystallographic Planes Question

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Suppose i have a plane in a cubic cell that cut across the following intercepts: x=-1, y= -5/12 z=parallel. What is the miller indices of a triangular plane located at the top left corner of this rectangular plane?

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The question does not make sense, or is very poorly worded. And planes do not have corners.

Furthermore, questions of this kind belong in the Homework & Coursework section of the forum, and help is only provided after the OP shows some effort towards solving the problem.
 

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