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A line through (3,y1) has a slope of 5/6 and another line through B(3,y2) has a slope of 1/3. What is the distance from point A to point B?

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    a line can have slope, how come a point has a slope, or you can say a line is passing through this point that has slope = 5/6 etc..

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    oh..Sorry..)..i just copied..this Question...).From an User on OS thats the reason..

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    i have changed the question nw read it

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    let me think lol

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    Are you sure about the question

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