• anonymous
Line A passes through the points (-5, 1) and (5, 11). Line B passes through the points (4, -1) and (-3, 20). Find the point where line A intersects line B. A. X = 29/4, y =5/4 B. X = 5/4, y = 29/4 C. X = -5, y = -3 D. X = 1, = -3
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  • mathmale
I'd suggest you first try an algebraic solution. Choose a method of solving systems of linear equations and apply it here. You could also solve the problem graphically. Graph the 2 points given for each line, and then draw a line through those 2 points. Repeat this for the other line. Graph the 2 lines and determine the coordinates of the point at which they intersect.
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