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A line connecting (2, 1) to another point has a slope of 3. What is the closest point with whole number coordinates above (2, 1)?

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(2,1), (3,Y), m = 3.

m = (Y-1) / (3-2) = 3,
(Y-1) / 1 = 3,
Y - 1 = 3,
Y = 4.

(2,1),(3,4).

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