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Vectors u1= [1,1,1] and u2=[8,-7,-1] are perpendicular. Find the orthogonal projection of u3=[65,-19,-31] onto the plane...

Vectors u1= [1,1,1] and u2=[8,-7,-1] are perpendicular. Find the orthogonal projection of u3=[65,-19,-31] onto the plane spanned by u1 and u2.

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