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Find the scalar equation of the plane that contains the intersecting lines

(x-2)\1=y\2=(z+3)\3

and (x-2)/-3=y\4=(z+3)\2

What i've tried is doing the cross product of (1,2,3)and(-3,4,2)

I get a Normal and then put it into scalar form...

Substitute (2,0,-3) into it to find D and I get a wrong answer....

Can anyone help, by the way it has to be done geometricaly because that's the course,.,,,thanks

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# Homework Help: Scalar Equations of a plane in space

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