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Lines L and M are in xy-plane such that neither

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Lines L and M are in xy-plane such that neither of these is parallel to either of the axes. Is the y–intercept of the line L smaller than that of line M?

(1) Slope of line L is negative and the slope of line M is positive.

(2) Line L has a positive x–intercept.

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can anyone help with this question...
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New post 08 Apr 2017, 11:59
wikings wrote:
can anyone help with this question...



sure!!!!!

check below attached fig. for clarification.

(1) for case 1, y intercept may be equal...insuff

(2) no info on line m...insuff

again combining both ,consider fig of case 2
where line m may be in 1st or 3rd quadrant...insuff

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