Find the value of k, if the line 3kx = 5 + 2y, will pass through: (i) (1, 1) (ii) (1, 2). (i) k = 3 ; (ii) k = 3 (i) k = 7/3 ; (ii) k = 3 (i

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Find the value of k, if the line 3kx = 5 + 2y, will pass through: (i) (1, 1) (ii) (1, 2). (i) k = 3 ; (ii) k = 3 (i) k = 7/3 ; (ii) k = 3 (i) k = 3 ; (ii) k = 7/3 Can not be determined.

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Nevaeh 7 months 2021-10-15T19:50:44+00:00 2 Answers 0 views 0

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    2021-10-15T19:51:56+00:00

    Here’s the answer. Hope it helps.

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    2021-10-15T19:52:23+00:00

     Given \: equation \: of \: a\: line \: 3kx=5+2y

    i)  If \: the \: line \: passing \: through \: a \:point

     (1,1 )  , then

     3k \times 1 = 5 + 2 \times 1

     \implies 3k = 7

     \implies k = \frac{7 }{3} \: --(1)

    ii)  If \: the \: line \: passing \: through \: a \:point

     (1,2 )  , then

     3k \times 1= 5 + 2 \times 2

     \implies 3k = 5 + 4

     \implies 3k = 9

     \implies k = \frac{9 }{3}

     \implies k = 3 \: ---(2)

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