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1. Which is a set of collinear points?


1. J, H, I ****
2. L, H, J
3. J, G, L
4. L, K, H

asked by Kaydence
  1. you r correct

    posted by Emojiess
  2. The question cannot be answered.
    More information is needed, such as a diagram, which of course we cannot post here.

    posted by Reiny
  3. Yes it can you just need to use your brain Reiny

    posted by Emojiess
  4. Ya'll are no f**king help

    posted by Somebody (#2)
  5. no cussing when you are in 6th grade

    posted by blah blah
  6. G H I

    posted by blah blah
  7. Watch your mouth! Shesh

    posted by Winged Dragon Of Ra
  8. im dumb, dur dur dur durrrrr! me eats brown sludge from butt!

    posted by Winged Dragon Of Ra
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  10. BUT U COULD CALL ME any tiimmee

    posted by HELLO MY NAME IS BADY

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