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By Gordon Fuller, Dalton Tarwater

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29. is on a straight line: 25. (2,1), (-1,2), (5,0). 27. 26. (-4,0), (0,2), (9,7). 28. If the point (x,3) lie equidistant from Find the point on the */-axis which 2-3 Inclination and slope of a is line. ), (6,-4), (-11,8). -2) and (7,4), find x. equidistant from ( 5, 2) and (3,2). * is the initial side, In Fig. 2-7 the angle is the inclination of the line, inclination of the line is MX and ML x-axis is The A is is the terminal side. 0. The inclination slope of a line is The inclination of a line parallel to the of a slant line is a positive angle less than 180.

6. A(-4,3), 5(8,-3). 7. 9. The points 4(2,1), 5(6, -3), and C(4,5) are vertices of a triangle. the trisection point on each median which is nearer the opposite side. Find 10. The line segment joining A (-3,2) and 5(5, -3) is extended through each end by a length equal to its original length. Find the coordinates of the new ends. 11. The line segment joining A( 4, added at each end. having half its length The points PI, P2 and P are on a straight line in each problem 12-15. the ratio of PiP to PiP 2 , r, and 5(3,6) is doubled in length by Find the coordinates of the new ends.

1), (6,-4), (-11,8). Find the tangents of the angles of the triangle Find the angles to the nearest degrees. 12. A(-3,-l),B(3,3),C(-l,l). 13. A(-l,l),S(2,3),C(7,-7). 14. A(-3,l), 5(4,2), C(2,3). ABC in each problem 12-15. 15. A(0,3),B(-3,-4),C(2,-2). The line through the points (4,3) and (-6,0) and (1,5). Find the intersection angles. 16. (0,0) intersects the line through THE MID-POINT OP A LINE SEGMENT 2-5] 17. Two of the lines 18. lines passing is 2, What through (2,3) make an angle of 45. Two find the slope of the other.