A plane passes through the point (1,1,1) and is perpendicular to each of the planes

3x−2y+3z+6=0 and 6x−2y−3z−6=0. Find its equation. The problem is I don't have an idea of the concept. All I know is that the normal of first equation is (3,−2,3) and that of the second is (6,−2,−3).

3x−2y+3z+6=0 and 6x−2y−3z−6=0. Find its equation. The problem is I don't have an idea of the concept. All I know is that the normal of first equation is (3,−2,3) and that of the second is (6,−2,−3).