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fees at private four-year colleges was $16200, and in 2005 it was $20100. Sketch a line that passes through the points (2000, 16200) and (2005, 20100).

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    You have to set up co-ordinate axes where the horizontal axis is your *year* and the vertical axis is your *fee*. You have to be prudent about the size of the unit you use for each of your axes. You then find the first point as - 2000 on the horizontal axis, move up from that point 16200 on the vertical axis, move across to the right from that point where the two lines intersect, you mark your point. you do the same for the other co-ordinate. you then join those points with a line.

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