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Three straight lines are said to be concurrent if they passes through a point i.e., they meet at a point. Thus, if three lines are concurrent the point of intersection of two lines lies on the third line. Clearly, the point of intersection of the lines (i) and (ii) must be satisfies the third equation.

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