You can express the value of A3 in terms of A1 and A2.The point (2, A3) lies on the line through the points (0, A1) and (1, A2).
I have no idea where to start or what to do.
You can express the value of A3 in terms of A1 and A2.
Use the Slope Formula with the coordinates of the two given points (0, A1) and (1, A2) to calculate an expression for the slope of the line.
Then use the Point-Slope Form to write an equation for the line -- use the slope expression and the known point (0, A1).
Finally, substitute into the equation of the line the x- and y-coordinates from the third given point, and solve for A3.
Please show your work, if you get stuck. :cool: