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Suppose 3 planes of the form $AX=b$ intersect at a unique point. Suppose in this case $b= (1,1,1)$. In case $b$ is changed to $(2,3,4)$ or any other vector, will the planes still intersect at a unique point?

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    $\begingroup$ Is $A$ a vector or a matrix? As written, each row of $A$ corresponds to the coefficients of a plane. What are your thoughts? $\endgroup$ – Michael Burr Dec 7 '18 at 12:01
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In the first case the rank of $[A \ b]$ is $3$ (unique solution) and the system is consistent. So rank of $A $ is $3$. So any point/vector $b\in\mathbb {R}^3$ can be expressed as a linear combination of columns of $A $. Equivalently there is a unique solution.

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