CBSE Class 12-science Answered
the reqd plane is parallel to 2x-y+3z=-7
so it's perpendicular ro the normal to this plane.
i.e. it's perpendicular to the line whose d.r. s are 2,-1,3.So in the standard form
so using the point (1,4,-2) as (x1,y1,z1)
we get the equation of the reqd plane as
this is the reqd eqn.
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