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    Two lines intersect one another at the point (-4,1), and create two triangles in the first and third quadrants (see figure). The area of both triangles is equal to 1. Find the equations of the intersecting lines.

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    Question: Two lines intersect at the point (-4,1). They form two triangles: AOB in the first quadrant and DOC in the third quadrant (O is the origin, see picture). Both triangles have ...

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    Analytical geometry of problems regarding lines and intersections are determined.