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# $D$ is a point on $A C$ of the triangle with vertices $A(2,$,3), $B(1,-3), C(-4,-7)$ and $B D$ divides $A B C$ into two triangles of equal area. The equation of the...

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###### $D$ is a point on $A C$ of the triangle with vertices $A(2,$,3), $B(1,-3), C(-4,-7)$ and $B D$ divides $A B C$ into two triangles of equal area. The equation of the line drawn through $B$ at right angles to $B D$ is(A) $y-2 x+5=0$(B) $2 y-x+5=0$(C) $y+2 x-5=0$(D) $2 y+x-5=0$

$D$ is a point on $A C$ of the triangle with vertices $A(2,$, 3), $B(1,-3), C(-4,-7)$ and $B D$ divides $A B C$ into two triangles of equal area. The equation of the line drawn through $B$ at right angles to $B D$ is (A) $y-2 x+5=0$ (B) $2 y-x+5=0$ (C) $y+2 x-5=0$ (D) $2 y+x-5=0$ #### Similar Solved Questions

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