# Question 3.36: Determine the relative positions of two lines S11 = x0^→ + S...

Determine the relative positions of two lines S^{1}_{1} =\overrightarrow{x_{0} }+S_{1} and S^{1}_{2} =\overrightarrow{y_{0} }+S_{2} in R³ (see Fig. 3.13).

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