The line (x−2)/3=(y+1)/2=(z−1)/(−1) intersects the curve xy = c^2 , z = 0 if c is equal to

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Q 1277212186.     The line (x−2)/3=(y+1)/2=(z−1)/(−1) intersects the curve xy = c^2 , z = 0 if c is equal to
A

pm 1/5

B

pm sqrt 3

C

pm sqrt 5

D

pm sqrt 1/3

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