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ANALYTICAL GEOMETRY (ESSENTIAL $EARN|NG\right)$ Find
the equation of the line that passes through the points $A\left(7.1\right)$ and $B$
$\left(3.8\right)\left(y-y1\right)=k\left(2-\right)\left(x$ $\left(2\right)-x$ $\left(2\right)\right)\left(x-\times \left(1\right)\right)$ $1-B\left(3.8\right)\left(y$ -
$\right)=\times \left(1-8\right)\left(7$ $3\right)\left(x-7\right)$ $4x+\left(y-1\right)=\times \left(-7\right)\left(4\right)\left(x-7\right)2=2$
$4\left(7.1\right)4\left(y-$ $\right)=-7\left(x-7\right)=04→14y-4=-7x+49-107x$
$+4y-4-49=07x+4y-53=0=43$

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