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Is the line through (- 4, - 6, 1) and (- 2, 0, - 3) parallel to the line through (10, 18, 4) and (5, 3, 14)?

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Is the line through (- 4, - 6, 1) and (- 2, 0, - 3) parallel to the line through (10, 18, 4) and (5, 3, 14)?
asked Feb 17, 2015 in CALCULUS by anonymous
reshown Feb 17, 2015 by goushi

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Step 1:

The points are and .

Formula for vector equation passes through two points image and image is image.

The line equation passes through these two points is image.

The line .

The points are and .

The line equation passes through these two vectors is .

The line .

If two vectors are parallel, then those are scalar multiples of each other.

image.

The lines are parallel.

Solution:

The lines are parallel.

answered Feb 18, 2015 by Sammi Mentor

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