The line segment joining `A(6, 3)` to `B(-1, -4)` is doubled in length by having its length added to each end. Find the
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The line segment joining `A(6, 3)` to `B(-1, -4)` is doubled in length by having its length added to each end. Find the coordinates of the new ends.
A
`(9/2, 15/2)`
B
`(-9/2, 15/2)`
C
`(-9/2, -15/2)`
D
`(9/2, -15/2)`
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