Three Dimensional Geometry
A plane passes through point (4,−1,3) and is parabola the in 3x+2=−1y−2=2z+2 and 1x−1=2y−2=3z−3 then which of the following ponts lies on place (A) (1,1,1) (B) (1,1,−1) (C) (1,0,−1) (D) (0,1,1)
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