Perpendicular Planes are discussed in this section.
If the equation is true, then the planes are parallel. If the equation is not true, then the planes are not parallel.
To test whether or not two vectors are perpendicular, take the dot product of the vectors. If the dot product is equal to 0, then the vectors are perpendicular to one another.
Perpendicularity is a condition in which vectors are oriented at right angles to one another, and perpendicularity can be determined using the dot product.
How to find the angle between two planes is discussed in this section.
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This video tutorial works through math problems/equations that address topics in Calculus 3, Partial Derivatives. This specific tutorial addresses Parallel, perpendicular and angle between planes.
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