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Find the point on the plane that is nearest the origin.
Find the point on the plane
that is nearest the origin.
▸ (2, 4, 0)
▸ (2, 4, -2)
▸ (-2, 8, 2)
▸ (4, 4, 0)
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this is exactly what I needed
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Thank you, thank you, thank you!
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