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You can expand to get\[y=-14x+7/2-1/2=-14x+3\]So\[y=-14x+3\]

we are suppossed to use the mx+b formula is what it says. Is that possible?

Sure. You should have said so! :) I'll do it differently.

They're actually the same formula...you get m from the two points.

ok that was right that time. thanks

np

ok so the slope would be 1 then right?

No...you have to put the equation in the right form. x+7y=2 is NOT in the form y=mx+_b

\[y=-\frac{1}{7}x+\frac{2}{7}\]

So the slope is -1/7

Your new line will be\[y-y_1=m(x-x_1) \rightarrow y-7=-\frac{1}{7}(x-6)\]

\[y=-\frac{1}{7}x+\frac{55}{7}\]when you rearrange and put it into the form you need.

so would I do the same thig with these points (-2.5);5x=7y+8

What are you being asked to do?