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In order to eliminate the first degree terms from the equation $2x^2+4xy+5y^2-4x-22y+7=0,$ the point to which origin is to be shifted, is
\[\begin {array} {1 1} (a)\;(1,-3) & \quad (b)\;(2,3) \\ (c)\;(-2,3) & \quad (d)\;(1,3) \end {array}\]
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