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line tween 2 points (1,-3) & (4,-6)

deltax=3, deltay=-3, slope=-1

distans=root(9+9)=root(18) =4.242640687  (line length)

tu add (1/6) tu length...(7/6)*root(18)=1.16666666*4.242640687

nu leng=4.949747468 or bout 4.95

If extend line tu rite,  add(1/6) tu x=3/6=0.5...nu x=4.5

delta y=(1/6)(-3)=-0.5, nu y=-6.5

nu point on rite side=(4.5,-6.5)

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