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6-21.

Use any method to find the point of intersection of the lines $x=3$ and $y=-2$.

The $x$-coordinate of the line $x = 3$ is always $3$. It can have any $y$-coordinate.
The $y$-coordinate of the line $y = −2$ is always $−2$. It can have any $x$-coordinate.