Andrew walks along a road which can be modeled by the equation y=3x, where (0,0) represents his starting point. When he reaches the point (1

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Andrew walks along a road which can be modeled by the equation y=3x, where (0,0) represents his starting point. When he reaches the point (12,36), he turns right, so that he is traveling perpendicular to the original road, until he stops at a point which is due east of his starting point (in other words, on the x-axis).

What is the point where Andrew stops?

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Thiên Di 6 months 2021-08-09T07:14:02+00:00 1 Answers 21 views 0

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    2021-08-09T07:15:41+00:00

    Answer:

    (120,0)

    Steps:

    y-36=-1/3(x-12)

    (0)-36=-1/3(x-12)

    (-3)(-36)=x-12

    108=x-12

    120=x

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