Two lines `(x - 1)/2 = ( y+1)/3=( z-1)/4` and `(x-3)/1 = (y-k)/2 = z` intersect at a point, if `k` is equal to

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Q 1534156052.     Two lines `(x - 1)/2 = ( y+1)/3=( z-1)/4`

and `(x-3)/1 = (y-k)/2 = z` intersect at a point, if `k` is

equal to
VIT 2014
A

`2/9`

B

`1/2`

C

`9/2`

D

`1/6`

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