Solution: What is the terminal point of a line segment extending three times its own length?

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What is the terminal point of a line segment extending three times its own length?

Problem Statement: ECE Board April 1998

The segment from (-1, 4) to (2, -2) is extended three times its own length. What is the terminal point?

Problem Answer:

The terminal point of a line segment is (11, -20).

Solution:

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