In this video we derive a parametric vector form for a plane in 3D in two different ways: visually and using some algebra. This is Chapter 1, Problem 41 d) of our MATH1141 Algebra notes. Presented by Daniel Mansfield of the School of Mathematics and Statistics, UNSW.

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