# Answer to Question #6436 in Algebra for anil jha

Question #6436

intercepts made by the line of shortest distance.

In the following problem,

The line of shortest distance of the lines (x/2)=(-y/3)=(z) and (x-2)/3=(y-1)/-5=(z+2)/2

intersects these two lines in P andQ respectively.

1.find the coordinates of P

2.find the coordinates of Q.

i can find the shortest distance between these two lines.but how to find the points of intersection with the line of shortest distance?

In the following problem,

The line of shortest distance of the lines (x/2)=(-y/3)=(z) and (x-2)/3=(y-1)/-5=(z+2)/2

intersects these two lines in P andQ respectively.

1.find the coordinates of P

2.find the coordinates of Q.

i can find the shortest distance between these two lines.but how to find the points of intersection with the line of shortest distance?

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