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Please help me out asap! i can't figure this one out! argh! The x-intercept of a line is –5 and the y-intercept of the line is –2. What is the equation of the line?

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    what equation are u trying to get?

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    the one with the x and y-intercepts. i just don't get it!!

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    do u have any answers they give u??

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    no. this is what it says: The x-intercept of a line is –5 and the y-intercept of the line is –2. What is the equation of the line. how do i figure this out? I'm trying to redo my test for more credit since i failed this one!!

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    whats the slope

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    doesn't say anything. That's all it says. THAT"S why I'm so confused!!

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    oh wait. it DOES have answers. sorry. Here they are, but i have to show work: 1.) y=-5/2x-5 2.)y=2/5x+2 3.) y=5/2x-2 4.) y=-2/5x-2

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    well what you do is y-y,=m(x-x,) so you would get y+2=2/5 (x+5) Then you would get y+2=2/5x+2 After that you would subtract 2 from both sides Your answers should be y=2/5x

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    Its b

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  10. Icewinifredd Group Title
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    thanks. how did u get the answer?

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    my work show how i got it

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  12. Icewinifredd Group Title
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    yeah please. if you can.

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    my work is above already

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    ok! thanks so much! God bless you!!

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    God bless you to!!!

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