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(in Cartesian coordinates)

A plane is represented by a linear equation, in other words by an equation of the form ax+by+cz+d=0, where the constants a, b and c are not all zero. Here a, b and c are direction ratios of a direction normal to the plane. See also vector equation (of a plane).

Subjects: Mathematics.

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