The symmetric form of the equations of the line `x + y - z = 1, 2x- 3y + z = 2` is

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Q 2166512475.     The symmetric form of the equations of the line

`x + y - z = 1, 2x- 3y + z = 2` is
A

`x/2 =y/3 =z/5`

B

`x/2 = y/3 = (z-1)/5`

C

`(x-1)/2 = y/3 =z/5`

D

`x/3=y/2 =z/5`

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