The point of intersection of the line `(x-1)/3 = (y+2)/4 = (z-3)/(-2)` and plane `2x-y + 3z -1 =0` is:

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Q 1561334225.     The point of intersection of the line `(x-1)/3 = (y+2)/4 = (z-3)/(-2)` and plane `2x-y + 3z -1 =0` is:
BITSAT 2005
A

`(10, - 10, 3)`

B

`(10, 10, - 3)`

C

`(-10, 10, 3)`

D

None of these

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