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Hey I've got to this question for vectors and planes, we have two planes, \Pi and  \Pi'. Where does \Pi \cap \Pi' \neq \emptyset?

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Where does \Pi \cap \Pi' \neq \emptyset?
Where do the planes interesect basically. I think the notation means where is the non-empty set of points at which the two planes intersect.
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