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calculusxy
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Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0I am quite unsure about your equation: you chose the coordinates (1,7) and (4,16) you also used the slope equation of \[\frac{ (y_2  y_1) }{ (x_2  x_1) }\] take a closer look at your x_2 coordinates that you put into the equation (16  7) / (2  1) should it be 2 or something else?
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