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# The graph at right is a hexagon whose vertices are six ordered pairs. Two of the points

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Problem 9

The graph at right is a hexagon whose vertices are six ordered pairs. Two of the points are (3, 0) and (1.5, 2.6). The hexagon is centered at the origin. a. What are the coordinates of the other points? b. Create this connected graph on your calculator. Add a few more points and line segments to make a piece of calculator art. Identify the points you added.

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