# Q. Prove that the lines (b-c)x+(c-a)y+(a-b)=0, (c-a)x+(a-b)y+(b-c)=0 and (a-b)x+(b-c)y+(c-a)=0 are concurrent.

### Asked by imabhi264 | 28th Dec, 2017, 06:31: PM

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### Answered by Sneha shidid | 31st Dec, 2017, 07:35: PM

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