P(3,-4,-1) passing through point v=i+j+k.Write the parametric equation of the line parallel to its vector

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\(P(3,-4,-1)\) passing through point \(v=i+j+k\).
Write the parametric equation of the line parallel to its vector

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Nathaniel Kramer
Answered 2021-09-04 Author has 13265 answers

To find the parametric equation
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