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# Line L passes through points R (0, -5 ) and S (4,0).

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23 Nov 2019, 04:28
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Line L passes through points R (0, -5 ) and S (4,0)(see figure above). Point P with
coordinates (x, y) is a point on Line L Is xy > 0?
(1) x > 4
(2) y > - 5

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Re: Line L passes through points R (0, -5 ) and S (4,0).  [#permalink]

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23 Nov 2019, 06:54
Luca1111111111111 wrote:
Line L passes through points R (0, -5 ) and S (4,0)(see figure above). Point P with
coordinates (x, y) is a point on Line L Is xy > 0?
(1) x > 4
(2) y > - 5

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