Request a call back

Join NOW to get access to exclusive study material for best results

CBSE Class 10 Answered

If the linear equation in two variables 2x –y = 2, 3y –4x = -2and px–3y = 2are concurrent, then find the value of p

Asked by jarvickanishk619 | 28 Jul, 2021, 12:54: PM
Expert Answer
The given equations are
2x – y = 2  ... (i)
3y – 4x = -2  ... (ii)
px – 3y = 2  ... (iii)
Multiplying (i) by 2, we get
4x - 2y = 4 ... (iv)
Adding (ii) and (iv), we have
y = 2
Putting in (i), we get
x = 2
As the three lines are concurrent, x = 2 and y = 2 will satisfy the third equation 
Therefore, 2p - 6 = 2
Thus, p = 4 
Answered by Renu Varma | 01 Aug, 2021, 10:42: PM
CBSE 10 - Maths
Asked by choithanimahak | 05 Aug, 2022, 09:06: PM
ANSWERED BY EXPERT
CBSE 10 - Maths
Asked by anuragchoudhary812 | 19 Jul, 2022, 07:00: PM
ANSWERED BY EXPERT
CBSE 10 - Maths
Asked by patelnaimesh842004 | 17 Jul, 2022, 07:43: PM
ANSWERED BY EXPERT
CBSE 10 - Maths
Asked by tapasyachitore07 | 31 Mar, 2022, 09:30: AM
ANSWERED BY EXPERT
CBSE 10 - Maths
Asked by ananyak4213277 | 17 Sep, 2021, 07:29: PM
ANSWERED BY EXPERT
CBSE 10 - Maths
Asked by sanshruti06 | 31 Jul, 2021, 07:43: AM
ANSWERED BY EXPERT
CBSE 10 - Maths
Asked by jarvickanishk619 | 28 Jul, 2021, 12:54: PM
ANSWERED BY EXPERT
CBSE 10 - Maths
Asked by hethirpatel | 11 Jul, 2021, 08:57: PM
ANSWERED BY EXPERT
CBSE 10 - Maths
Asked by jayprakash240770 | 11 Jun, 2021, 10:36: PM
ANSWERED BY EXPERT
Season Break Offer!
Get 60% Flat off instantly.
Avail Now
×