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IN A LINEAR EQUATION OF THE FORM,

X2 + Y2 + Z2 + D = 0

CAN THE PARAMETER BE -D

WHERE t = parameter = -D

and

V = direction vector

and

Vt = <at, bt, ct>

It seems as if it is...but I can't seem to prove it.

HELP HELP HELP HELP

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# Parameter Within A Linear Equation Conjecture

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