Find the shortest distance between the skew lines `(x−6)/3 = (y−7)/(−1) = (z−4)/1` and `x/(−3) = (y+9)/2 = (z

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Q 1319134910.     Find the shortest distance between the skew lines `(x−6)/3 = (y−7)/(−1) = (z−4)/1` and `x/(−3) = (y+9)/2 = (z−2)/4`
A

`5sqrt(30)` units

B

`3sqrt(30)` units

C

`sqrt(30)` units

D

`3sqrt(30)` units

HINT

`d = |[veca_2−veca_1vecu vecv]|/|vecu×vecv| `

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