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# The slope of a line that passes through origin and S is 1/2,

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08 Sep 2006, 00:59
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The slope of a line that passes through origin and S is 1/2, the slope of line that passes through (-5,0) and S is 3/2. What is point S?
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08 Sep 2006, 05:49
s is point (-15/2,-15/4)

y/x = 1/2

and

y/(x+5) = 3/2

y = -15/4

x = 2y = -15/2

s is (-15/2,-15/4)
08 Sep 2006, 05:49
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