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If the lines x=3 and y=2 and 2x-y+k=0 are concurrent lines,

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then k=?
asked Sep 23, 2013 in GEOMETRY by andrew Scholar

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The line are concurrent means

two or more lines are said to be concurrent if they intersect at a single point.

x=3 and y=2 and 2x-y+k=0

Substitute x=3 and y=2 in equation 2x-y+k=0

2(3)-(2)+k=0

6-2+k=0

k=-4

answered Sep 23, 2013 by bradely Mentor

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