Shortest distance between the two lines `(x+3)/(−4)=(y−6)/3=z/2` and `(x+2)/(−4)=y/1=(z−7)/1` is

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Q 1217001880.     Shortest distance between the two lines `(x+3)/(−4)=(y−6)/3=z/2` and `(x+2)/(−4)=y/1=(z−7)/1` is
A

`7`

B

`9`

C

`4`

D

`2`

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