# RD Sharma Solutions Class 12 Straight Line In Space Exercise 28.3

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Q1.

Solution:

Let us consider the equation of line,

If lines (1) and (2) intersect, we get a common point

So for same value of Î» and Î¼, must have,

Now, let us solve (3) and (4), we get

Î¼ = 0

Now, let us substitute Î¼ = 0 in equation (3), we get

By substituting the values Î» and Î¼ in equation (5), we get

Hence,

LHS = RHS

Q2.

Solution:

If lines (1) and (2) intersect, we get a common point

So for same value of Î» and Î¼, must have,

Now, let us solve (3) and (4), we get

Î¼ = -12

Now, let us substitute Î¼ = -12 in equation (3), we get

By substituting the values Î» and Î¼ in equation (5), we get

Hence,

LHS â‰  RHS

Q3.

Solution:

If lines (1) and (2) intersect, we get a common point

So for same value of Î» and Î¼, must have,

Now, let us solve (3) and (4), we get

Î¼ = -6/4

Now, let us substitute Î¼ = -6/4 in equation (3), we get

By substituting the values Î» and Î¼ in equation (5), we get

LHS = RHS

Since, the value of Î» and Î¼ obtained by solving equations (3) and (4) satisfies equation (5).

Hence, the given lines intersect each other.

So,

Q4.

Solution:

Given points A(0, -1, -1) and B(4, 5, 1)

So, general point on line AB is

(4Î», 4Î», 2Î» – 1)

Given points C(3, 9, 4) and D(-4, 4, 4)

The equation of line passing through the points is given by

Let

So, general point on line CD is

(-7Î¼ + 3, -5Î¼ + 9, 0Î¼ + 4)

(-7Î¼ + 3, -5Î¼ + 9, 4)

If lines AB and CD intersect, there exists a common point.

So let us find the value of Î» and Î¼.

So from equation (3),

2Î» = 4 + 1

2Î» = 5

Î» = 5/2

By substituting the value of Î» = 5/2 in equation (2), we get

6(5/2) + 5Î¼ = 10

5Î¼ = 10 â€“ 15

= -5

Î¼ = -1

Now, by substituting the values of Î» and Î¼ in equation (1), we get

4Î» + 7Î¼ = 3

4(5/2) + 7(-1) = 3

10 â€“ 7 = 3

3 = 3

LHS = RHS

Since, the value of Î» and Î¼ obtained by solving equations (3) and (4) satisfies equation (1).

Hence, the given lines, AB and CD intersect each other.

So,

The point of intersection of AB and CD = (-7Î¼+3, -5Î¼+9, 4)

= (-7(-)+3, -5(-1)+9, 4)

= (7+3, 5+9, 4)

= (10, 14, 4)

Hence, the point of intersection of AB and CD is (10, 14, 4).

Q5.

Solution:

Given:

The equations of lines are

If these lines intersect, there exists a common point.

So for some value of Î» and Î¼, we must have

So, the equation of coefficients of
we get

1 + 3Î» = 4 + 2Î¼ => 3Î» â€“ 2Î¼ = 3 â€¦â€¦.. (1)

1 â€“ Î» = 0 => Î» = 1 â€¦â€¦â€¦â€¦â€¦ (2)

-1 = -1 + 3Î¼ => Î¼ = 0 â€¦â€¦â€¦â€¦â€¦ (3)

By substituting the values of Î» and Î¼ in equation (1)

3Î» â€“ 2Î¼ = 3

3(1) â€“ 2(0) = 3

3 = 3

LHS = RHS

Since, the value of Î» and Î¼ satisfies equation (1).

Hence, the given lines intersect each other.

So,

The point of intersection by substituting the value of Î» in equation (1), we get

Hence, the point of intersection is (4, 0, -1).