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Re: A line in the xy-plane passes through the origin and has a slope of 1/ [#permalink]
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We're told the line passes through origin, so y-intercept will be 0. Using the equation of the line in the y-intercept form:
y = mx, where slope m=1/7.

So, y = (1/7) * x. When you check the answer choices in this equation starting from E, only D (14,2) satisfies the equation. Given as 2 = 1/7 * 14. 2 = 2. Thus its the answer.
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