Multiple Choice Question (MCQ)
If two ordered pairs are related as
(\dfrac{a}{4},a−2b)=(0,6+b), then a+b is

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2

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4

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9

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If two ordered pairs are related as
(\dfrac{a}{4},a−2b)=(0,6+b), then a+b is
2
4
9
2
(\dfrac{a}{4},a−2b)=(0,6+b)
\implies
\dfrac{a}{4} = 0, then a = 0
a−2b = 6+b, then b = 2
then
a+b = 2
Therefore
D is the correct choice