Continue: root3 + root2 + root3 - root2 - 2 = 2root2 - 2 => rootx-(1/rootx) = root(2root2 - 2);

Line passing through point (-2, -3) with a slope of -6 is (y - (-3)) = -6(x - (-2)) => y + 3 = -6(x + 2)

**Answer:**

The answer is s^2, since s * s is s^2.

To draw a locus point you have to draw the half way line through the two points. You can do this by drawing the line bisector through AB points. Just open your compass to ¾ of the distance AB and then draw two arcs from both sides of your line. Once this is done draw the line passing through the two intersection points.

Hope this helps :)

Basically divide it by four.

2.5x-5 I'm pretty sure. Let me know if I'm wrong.