## Question

The line (*p* + 2*q*)*x* + (*p* – 3*q*)*y = p – q* for different values of *p* and *q*passes through the point

### Solution

i.e. *P* + λ*Q* = 0 which passes through then intersection of *P* = 0 and *Q* = 0. On solving the point is .

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