Findtheslope intercept equation of the line passing through (1,2) with a slope of m = 3.
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1.Find an equation of the line containing the given pair of points. Write your final answer in slope-intercept form.Please explain your work
(3, -4) and (6, -11)
2.Graph the line with slope -4/3 that passes through the point (1, 4)Please explain your work
Write equation in slope-intercept form: y+3= -3(x-6)
Find equation of line that goes through the given point and has given slope. Answer in slope intercept form: (-1,-5), -8
Find equation of line. write answer in slope intercept form.
"The line is parallel to -3x + 2y=9 and contains the point (-2,1)
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1. SLOPE 4.2 AND Y INTERCEPT (0,-5)
THESLOPE INTERCEPT EQUATION Y
WHAT IS THESLOPE OF THE LINE X-9=Y AND Y-X=-5
THE EQUATION OF THE LINE IS Y
5.GIVE THE FUNCTION H DESCRIBED BY h(x)=x+13 findthe following
What are theslope, y-intercept, and equation of the line passing through the points (-1,1.2) and (3,-2)?
a. slope = -0.8, y-intercept = 0.4, y = -0.8x+0.4
b. slope = 0.8, y-intercept = 0.4, y = 0.8x+0.4
c. slope = -0.8, y-intercept = 1.5, y = -0.8x+1.5
d. slope = -1.25, y-intercept = 0.05, y = -1.25x+0.05
Begin by solving the linear equation for Y. This will put the equation in slope-intercept form. Then, findtheslopeandthe y-intercept of the line with this equation: 2y=x (this must stay in fraction format).
Solve without graphing. Findtheslopeandthe y-intercept for the graph of each equation in the given system. Use this information (and not the equations graph) to determine if the system has no solution or an infinite number of solutions.
Theslope of the line y=1/8x +4 is?
1. Findtheslopeandthe y-intercept of the line.
6y + 7x = -7
A) m = -7; b = -7
B) m = ; b = 0
C) m = - ; b = -
D) m = 6; b = 0
2. Decide whether the pair of lines is parallel, perpendicular, or neither.
The line through (-20, 5) and (-4, 7) andthe line through and