If the point (2,-1) lies on 2x + ky = 3, then the value of k is: Question If the point (2,-1) lies on 2x + ky = 3, then the value of k is: in progress 0 Math Alaia 2 months 2021-12-03T06:27:34+00:00 2021-12-03T06:27:34+00:00 2 Answers 0 views 0

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Answer:k=1Step-by-step explanation:(2,-1) lies on 2x + ky = 3,

MEANS X=2 AND Y=-1

BY PUTTING VALUES OF X AND Y IN 2x + ky = 3, WE CAN FIND THE VALUE OF K

SO

2x + ky = 3

2*2+k*-1=3

4-k=3

-k=-1

k=1please mark me as brainliestAnswer:k=1Step-by-step explanation:If point (2,-1) lies on 2x+ky=3, it means (2,-1) will satisfy given eqn.

=>2×2+kx(-1)=3

=>4-k=3

=>k=4-3

=>

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