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Coplanarity of 2 Lines and Equation of Plane
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This lesson discusses the concept of coplanarity of two lines. Plane containing two lines. Plane containing parallel lines

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Vineet Loomba
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Someone can please me give answering of these 2 question in a very precise way.
Lokender Pal
2 years ago
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Versha Dhayania
2 years ago
I definately watch but give me exact date and location of your course.
Lokender Pal
2 years ago
the course is for the month of December and you will find it under my profile By the name "The Hindu Editorial analysis "
sir i think in last 2nd slide , last 2nd line y=2 not -2
sir b1cross b2 normal vector ke direction me hoga vo equal kaise hoga?
Vineet Loomba
6 months ago
Rhs me zero h ..whtever the magnitude will be get adjusted we only get direction
Chinmay Patil
6 months ago
ok sir
How did you get 3a+2b+c in the last question?
Sir I guess there's a calculation error in the last question. The equation of the second plane formed will be a(-1-3) + b(2+4) + c(0-1) = 0
Vineet Loomba
a year ago
why 2+4 ? ..there is only one plane in the question
Jyotirmoy Dutta
a year ago
oh sorry...I meant the equation of the plane a(x-3) + b(y+4) + c(z-1) and then you put the pt(-1,2,0) there
Vineet Loomba
a year ago
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