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# \$10.00Use calculus to find the points along th

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Use calculus to find the points along the path that are the shortest distance to each of the exhibits, using a slope of 2/3 for the path.
Exhibits are located at the points (3,1) and (6,6)

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Preview: ... point where the two lines intersect. We know that at that point, the two lines intersect, so we shall set them equal to each other and solve for x. Then we will take that x-value and plug it into the first line, thereby solving for y. That will give us the point (x0, y0). Sett ...

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