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Does the line MN pass through the origin?

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Does the line MN pass through the origin?

(1) Its equation is \(4x + 7y = 0\)

(2) Its slope is (\(\frac{– 4}{7}\)).
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Does the line MN pass through the origin?

(1) Its equation is \(4x + 7y = 0\)

(2) Its slope is (\(\frac{– 4}{7}\)).


(1) when y=0 then from equation we get x=0...sufficient

(2) y=(-4/7)x+c..no info abt c...not sufficient

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