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There are infinitely many possible answers.

For example, the hyperbola, xy = 15,

or a circle with centre (0,0) and radius = sqrt(34),

or more generally, any one of infinitely many circles - with centre (x,x) and radius = sqrt[(3-x)^2 + (5-x)^2], that is radius = sqrt(2x^2-16x+34).

There are straight lines, quadratic curves, cubic curves and so on, to polynomials whose degrees approach infinity.

Then there are trigonometric curves.

Q: Passes though 3 5 and 5 3?

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Points: (2,-5) and (3, -3) Slope: (-3 - -5)/(3-2) = 2

Points: (3,-1) and (-2, -5) Slope: 4/5

Points: (-3, -5) and (4, -2) Slope: 3/7

Points: (2, 1) and (5, 3) Slope: 2/3

Points: (3, 15) and (5, 9) Slope: -3

Points: (-3, -5) and (4 -2) Slope: (-2- -5)/(4- -3) = 3/7

y = 5

Points: (3,-1) and (-2, -5) Slope: 4/5

If you mean points: (-3, -5) and (3, 2) then the slope works out as 7/6

slope is =( 9-15 )/ (5-3) = -6/2 = -3

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