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Determine if the vectors emanating from the origin and terminating at the following pairs of points are parallel.

(a) (3, 1, 2) and (6, 4, 2)

(b) (-3, 1, 7) and (9, -3, -21)

(c) (5, -6, 7) and (-5, 6, –7)

(d) (2,0, – 5) and (5, 0, -2)

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