then The Point (x, Y) Lies On Same Side Of The Line 2x + Y – 6 = 0 As The Point –

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 then the point (x, y) lies on same side of the line 2x + y – 6 = 0 as the point –


Correct option is

(3, 2), (1, 5)


 Let L ≡ 2x + y – 6.


          (3, 2)                   L ≡ 2 > 0

          (1, 5)                   L ≡ 1 > 0.



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