The yearly production of a 4 ft orange tree is 38 lbs of oranges. A 13 ft tree produces 95 lbs. Let h represent the hights of a tree and p the number of lbs of oranges produced. Ordered pairs are (4,38) 1st tree and (13,95) for 2nd tree. Find the point-slope form of an equation of the line through the 2 ordered pairs. a.) p=19/3h+38/3 b.) p-4=3/19(h-38) c.)p-38=19/3(h-4) d.) p-38=-19/3(h-4). Use the equation from part b (the equations) to predict the number of lbs of oranges produced by an 18 ft tree and a 20 ft tree. What is the predicted production of an 18 ft tree?____ A 20 ft tree?____. Then use the equation to predict the height of a tree which produces 88 lbs of oranges. Thank you.