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# Answer to Question #2179 in Linear Algebra for biju

Question #2179
Find the direction cosines of the perpendicular from the origin to the plane 3r.(2i &minus; 3j+ k) + 7 = 0.
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2011-03-29T06:00:24-0400
When the plane is defined by he equation Ai - Bj+Ck + D =0, the directional cosines can be found by the following formulae:

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