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# If k does not equal -1, 0 or 1, does the point of intersection of line

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If $$k$$ does not equal -1, 0 or 1, does the point of intersection of line $$y=kx+b$$ and line $$x=ky+b$$ have a negative x-coordinate?

(1) $$kb>0$$
(2) $$k>1$$

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01 Oct 2017, 05:56
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If $$k$$ does not equal -1, 0 or 1, does the point of intersection of line $$y=kx+b$$ and line $$x=ky+b$$ have a negative x-coordinate?

(1) $$kb>0$$
(2) $$k>1$$

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