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During a 4.95 s interval, a particle's coordinates change from x = 10.4 m, y = 4.95 m to x = 31.5 m, y = -4.95 m. Assuming the particle's velocity is constant, what will its coordinates be at the end of the next 4.95 s interval?

x= ____m

y= ____m

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

My first thought was to take the x and y's given and find y=mx+b however I'm not sure that it is relevant or even helpful.

Thanks.

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# Homework Help: A Coordinates and Interval Question

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