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# Find the lengths of the line segments that will go through the points: 1. (15, 13) and (-2, 1)any would be appreciated as i am super confused! thx ❤❤❤​   ### Another question on Mathematics Mathematics, 14.04.2018 02:47
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Find the lengths of the line segments that will go through the points:

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