anonymous
  • anonymous
pi.i was helping me with a problem. I had to add to it so need more help please.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
sure what do you need help with
anonymous
  • anonymous
i added it to my last post. I can try and copy/paste it
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok this is what I have h=(4,38) &p=(13,95) I need to fine the point slope of an equation of the line through the 2 ordered pairs. My options are: 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) so which one is the answer?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
so now it is asking to use that formula to estimate the production of an 18 foot tree anda 20 foot tree
anonymous
  • anonymous
the formula is p-38=19/3(h-4)
anonymous
  • anonymous
hey, do you still need help?
anonymous
  • anonymous
ya sure do
anonymous
  • anonymous
your question is asking for point-slope form of the equation?
anonymous
  • anonymous
no it is asking to use the formula p-38=19/3(h-4) to estimate the production of an 18 foot and 20 foot tree.
anonymous
  • anonymous
plug each height in seperately in the formula for h and solve for p

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