# Coordinate Geometry – 4

4. The line joining the points (1,1,2) and (3, -2 ,1) meets the plane 3x+2y+z = 6 at the point :

(a) (1,1,2 )
(b) (3,-2 ,1)
(c) (2,-3,1 )
(d) (3,2 ,1)

Explanation
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