• # question_answer Intersection points of the line $\text{3x}+\text{4y}=\text{2}0$on x and y-axes -are: A) $\left( \frac{20}{3},0 \right),\,(0,5)$ B) $(2,0),\,\,(0,1)$ C) $(5,0),\left( 0,\frac{20}{3} \right)$ D) $None\,\, of\,\, these$

Correct Answer: A

Solution :

Table for equation $3x+4y=20$is
 x 0 $20/3$ $y=\frac{20-3x}{4}$ 5 0 Points $(0,5)$ $(20/3,\,0)$
i.e., the intersection points of the line on x and y-axes are $\left( \frac{20}{3},0 \right)$ and $(0,5)$.
So, option [a] is correct.

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