Let the line `(x-2)/3=(y-1)/-5=(z+2)/2` lies in the plane `x+3y-alphaz+beta=0.` Then `(alpha,beta)` equals

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Q 1114791659.     Let the line `(x-2)/3=(y-1)/-5=(z+2)/2` lies in the plane `x+3y-alphaz+beta=0.` Then `(alpha,beta)` equals
JEE 2009
A

`(6,-17)`

B

`(-6,7)`

C

`(5,-15)`

D

`(-5,15)`

HINT

Solve line & plane.

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