Distance of a point 1,0,-3 from the planex-y-z measured parllel to the line x-2/2=y+2/3=z-6/-6
Asked by Madhureddymamilla | 6th Jan, 2020, 01:11: PM
To find the distance of a point (1,0,-3) from the plane x-y-z=9 measured along a line parallel to the line
The given plane is x-y-z=9
So, the direction ratio of the line from the point P(1, 0, -3) to the given plane will be same as that of the given line.
The direction ratio will be (2, 3, -6)
Let this line from point P(1, 0, -3) meets the plane at Q
So, the equation of line passing through (1, 0, -3) with DR's (2, 3, -6) is
Answered by Renu Varma | 8th Jan, 2020, 10:22: AM
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