# A problem by crazy singh

Level pending

If $$x_{1}$$, $$x_{2}$$, and $$x_{3}$$ are the abscissa of the points $$A_{1}$$, $$A_{2}$$ and $$A_{3}$$ respectively where the lines $$y=m_{1} x$$, $$y=m_{2} x$$ and $$y=m_{3} x$$ meet the line $$2x-y+3=0$$ such that $$m_{1}$$, $$m_{2}$$, and $$m_{3}$$ are in A.P., then $$x_{1}$$, $$x_{2}$$, and $$x_{3}$$ are in

1. A.P.
2. G.P.
3. H.P.
4. None of these
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