# Confusing Bonus Question

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\[x+y=c^2 \Rightarrow y=-x+c^2\]

which is a line with slope $m=-1$, and $x$-intercept and $y$-intercept are both $c^2$.

For example for $c=5$ you get

\[y=-x+25\]

which is the question of the red line in the image.

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