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Determine the value of k so that the indicated points belong to the lines L2: 4y = 2(x+k); q(1, k)

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1. Substitute the point \( q(1, k) \) into the line equation \( L2: 4y = 2(x + k) \).

4k = 2(1 + k)

2. Expand and simplify the equation.

4k = 2 + 2k

3. Subtract \(2k\) from both sides.

2k = 2

4. Divide both sides by 2.

k = 1

Answer:

k = 1

2. Expand and simplify the equation.

3. Subtract \(2k\) from both sides.

4. Divide both sides by 2.

Answer:

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