The point (m, -m) always lies on the line. x=m y=-m x+y=0 x=y
Asked by sankalpbanerjee4831g | 28th Sep, 2020, 08:22: PM
A point lies on the line if it satisfies the equation of that particular line.
The points (m, -m) satisfies the equation x+y = 0 as m + (-m) = m - m = 0
Hence, (m, -m) satisfies the lline x+y=0
Answered by Renu Varma | 29th Sep, 2020, 12:53: PM
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