# How do you find the parametric equations of line that passes through the points (1, 3, 2) and ( -4, 3, 0)?

The equation is

Let the points be

The vector

The parametric equation of the line is

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To find the parametric equations of the line passing through the points ((1, 3, 2)) and ((-4, 3, 0)), you first need to determine the direction vector of the line by subtracting the coordinates of one point from the other. Then, choose one of the points as the initial point on the line. Finally, express the parametric equations using the initial point and the direction vector.

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