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Find the direction angles of the line through the points a' = [2,0, -I] and b' = [I, -1,3], 8. Find the distance from the point x' = [2, 1, -IJ to the line 5£ that goes through the two points a'". [I, 1,0] and b' = [I, -1,2]. 15. Let fil be a line through 0 and a, where a' = [I, -1, 1]. J that is perpendicular to ~ and passes through the point [2, 1, -1]. 16. Find the projection of the directed line segment ( from a, to a1 onto the line fil that goes through 0 and b where al = [1,2, -1], a2 ...