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# in the xy-plane , does the point (4,12) lie on line k? 1.

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in the xy-plane , does the point (4,12) lie on line k?
1. the point (1,7)lies on line k
2. the point (-2,2)lies on line k
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18 Feb 2008, 15:02
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Two points are needed to define a line.
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