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\[x1\div2=y+1\div k=z \div 2 \] and \[x+1/5=y+1/2=z/k\] are cop;aner ,then what is the plane contain these two lines .

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*coplanar

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straingh lines?

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I have no idea what this means either.

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k=2 at the intersection (7/3,1,any z)