# Miller Indices Question

1. Sep 27, 2014

### TheRedDevil18

1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

Question is to determine the miller indices of the plane

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

I know how to determine miller indices but in this problem the y intercept lies outside the cube. Do I have to somehow shift it so that it lies inside the cube ?, or just leave it as is ?

Here are the co ordinates for the intercepts (infinity, 3/2, 1)

2. Sep 27, 2014

### ShayanJ

No, just leave it as it is. You should do only two things. 1) Inversion of the coordinates. 2) Multiplication by the LCM of the denominators.( In case a denominator is $\infty$, just ignore it!).
So the miller indices are $(0,2,3)$.

3. Sep 28, 2014

### TheRedDevil18

Ok, thanks :)