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Please suggest the simplest way to find a vector which is:

perpendicular to a unit vector that is positioned in the coordinate center,

it should be in the 2D plane containing the given vector and a given point on the unit 5-sphere.

Everything takes place in 6 dimensional Euclidean space.

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# Perpendicular vector in 6th dimensional space

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