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for what value of k will the line (x-k)/3=(y+4)/2=(z+6)/1 intersects the plane x-4y+5z+5=0 in, a)) A single point? b)) An infinite number of points ? c)) No point ?

for what value of k will the line (x-k)/3=(y+4)/2=(z+6)/1 intersects the plane x-4y+5z+5=0 in,


a)) A single point?


b)) An infinite number of points ?


c)) No point ?

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1 Answers

shaswat roy
19 Points
10 years ago

ill just tell u d concept.

for infinite pts d line must lie on d plane therefore (k,-4,-6) must lie on d plane

for no point d line must lie on a plane parallel to x-4y+5z=0

for a single pt ull get no ans coz d given line is perpendicular to the normal to the plane

good luck

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