By drawing a graph for each of the equations 3x + y + 5= 0; 3y - x= 5 and 2x + 5y= 1 on the same graph paper; show tha

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Q 2958056804.     By drawing a graph for each of the equations 3x + y + 5= 0; 3y - x= 5 and 2x + 5y= 1 on the same graph paper; show that the lines given by these equations are concurrent (i.e. they pass through the same point). Take 1 cm = 1 unit on both the axes.
A

Point of intersection is ( 0,1 )

B

Point of intersection is ( 2,1 )

C

Point of intersection is ( -2,1 )

D

Point of intersection is ( 0,-1 )

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