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Q: What point lies on a line defined by -8x plus 2y equals 2?

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There are infinitely many points on the line. One such is (-6, 3.33...)

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It is every point in the plane that lies on the straight line defined by the equation -5x + 4y = -3. Since there are an infinite number of points on that line, there is no point in trying to list them.

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