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Plane from point and 2 vectors
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Hi,
I'm trying to make a plane in this way:
(0,0,0) + s (0,0,1) + t(0,1,0)
Can you please tell me how can I do it with Geogebra?
Thanks,
Idan
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Since (0,0,1) and (0,1,0) are direction vectors, you can use Plane( <Point>, <Vector>, <Vector> ) and fill in the coordinates.This is a general answer for one point and two direction vectors. When typing coordinates these will be regarded as points and not as vectors, so you will have to make this clear by defining the vectors first and the filling in their names. In this particular situation you can directly type x=0 for the equation of the plane.
chris
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