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The line x6y+11=0 bisects the joint of (8,1)and (o,k).Find the value of k.
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The line x6y+11=0 bisects the joint of (8,1)and (o,k).Find the value of k.
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itsmylifeBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.2
find the midpoint of (8,1) and (0,k) that is 4,(k1)/2 now put this value in the line x6y+11=0 because those coordinates must satisfy the line n you can get k ;)
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\[46\frac{ (k1) }{ 2 }+11=0\]
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Hello again auntie!
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