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# Let two planes and are given On the basis of the above information, answer the following question: The equation of the bisector of angle of the planes P_{1} and P_{2} which not containing origin is

- x-3y+2z+1=0
- x-3y+2z+1=0
- x+3y+2z+2=0
- 3x+y=5

Hint:

### Bisector of angle represents that should pass through the point of intersection of the planes.

## The correct answer is: 3x+y=5

### Given That:

Let two planes and are given On the basis of the above information, answer the following question: The equation of the bisector of angle of the planes P1 and P2 which not containing origin is

>>> Bisector of angle represents that should pass through the point of intersection of the planes.

>>> Therefore, the equation of the angular bisector becomes P1+P2:

= +

-> 3x +y = 5.

>>> Therefore, the equation of angular bisector becomes 3x+y =5.

= +

-> 3x +y = 5.

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