Hey guys; im studying calculus and i came across a problem for which the book does not have an answer...(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

how do i find the equation of a plane perpendicular to vector (2i+3j+4k) and passing though

the point (1,2,3)

^^the numbers are some i just made up and no this is not a homework q....in fact i would be glad if any of you can kindly explain to me how this problem can be solved and/or if they can give me the link to some webpage where they have stuff about this

thanks :)

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# The equation of a plane perpendicular to a vector and passing through a given point?

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