# What is parametric equation of the line created by the intersecting planes x = 2 and z = 2?

no need to do much here because every point on the line of intersection will have values x = 2 and z = 2, and any value of y is possible.

a fixed point on the line is (2,0,2) so we can say that the line is this....

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in the usual Cartesian Form

(1) : The point A :-.

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The parametric equations of the line formed by the intersection of the planes (x = 2) and (z = 2) can be expressed as:

[ \begin{cases} x = 2 \ y = t \ z = 2 \end{cases} ]

Here, ( t ) represents a parameter that can take any real value, which allows us to trace out all points along the line of intersection.

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