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1) The Vietnam Memorial in Washington, DC is an angular wall. If you are standing at the vertex of the angled monument and you wish to back up always staying equidistant from the side walls, describe the path you would take.
2) Describe fully the locus of points 6 units from the origin. Write an equation of the locus.

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anthony
1) The Vietnam Memorial in Washington, DC is an angular wall. If you are standing at the vertex of the angled monument and you wish to back up always staying equidistant from the side walls, describe the path you would take.
2) Describe fully the locus of points 6 units from the origin. Write an equation of the locus. 
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Kayla
Uhh I don't know
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