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For what value of k the points (k,-3)lies on the line 3x-y=6
Asked by nimesh | 15 Jul, 2020, 12:18: PM Expert Answer

Since, the point (k, -3) lie on the line 3x - y = 6.

It will satisfy the given linear equation.

x = k and y = -3

3x - y = 6
→ 3(k) - (-3) = 6
→ 3k + 3 = 6
→ 3k = 3
→ k = 1
Answered by Yasmeen Khan | 15 Jul, 2020, 01:33: PM

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