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Date Posted: 5 months ago
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5 months ago
Refer to the answer suggested by the other tutor..The steps can be considered correct until the idea of modulus comes in and you have to cancel it(modulus part) off since any power of 1 gives you 1..From there,you can work out your value of b and then substitute it to any two of the equation to find a..That should be it.

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The equation of the line is essentially redundant here.

Also noteworthy is that 1^anything = 1.