1. Here is the Problem: A line passes through A(2,3) and B(5,7). Find: (a) the coordinates of the point P on AB extended through B to P so that P is twice as far from A as from B; (b) the coordinates if P is on AB extended through A so that P is twice as far from B as from A. 2. Relevant equations: To get the coordinates P, here is the equation i used: XP=X1+R(X2-X1) R is the Ratio of AP/AB I'll do the same for Yp 3. The attempt at a solution: So this is my attempt to solve the (a) P Coordinates. AP = 2BP R=AP/AB=2/1=2 X = X1+R(X2-X1) X = 2+2(5-2) X = 2+2(3) X = 2+6 X = 8 For Y: Y = 3+2(7-3) Y = 3+2(4) Y = 3+8 Y = 11 ∴ (a)P (8,11) As i attempt to graph it. It seems like it is too much based on the problem. What did I miss?