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If line p is defined by the equation 3x – 2y = −12, then which of the

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Substitute the value of x and y from the options given.
Only option C satisfies.

3*12-2*24 = -12
36-48 = -12
-12 = -12

C is the answer.
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New post 17 Jan 2019, 07:41
Bunuel wrote:
If line p is defined by the equation 3x – 2y = −12, then which of the following points must lie on line p?


A (0,12)

B (12,18)

C (12,24)

D (2,3)

E (3,2)


simplify the eqn :
y = 1.5x+6
upon doing plug in
we observe that option c gives us right optios at x & y
IMO C
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Bunuel wrote:
If line p is defined by the equation 3x – 2y = −12, then which of the following points must lie on line p?


A (0,12)

B (12,18)

C (12,24)

D (2,3)

E (3,2)


If a point lies on the line, this means that it will satisfy the equation of the line
3x – 2y = −12

36 - 48 = -12

Answer C
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