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Find the point at which the line x = 2 – t, y = 1+ t, z = 4t intersects the plane x - y + 3z = 11.
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Find the point at which the line x = 2 – t, y = 1+ t, z = 4t intersects the plane x - y + 3z = 11. (x, y, z) = (| Need Help? Watch It Talk to a Tutor Read It

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line is x = 2-t, y=1+t, z= 4t and plane is x – y +3z=11

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