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Someone please help me out!! I need to figure this out as soon as possible! I don't get geometry! :( please? What is the slope-intercept form of the equation y-7= -5/2(x+4)?
I'm glad. Please help me out????
haha okay whats the answer they give u
There are four of them and in this one, my teacher circled the answer but i have to explain to him how to get to the answer and that's why i need to show work. I didn't get it right the first time. 1.) y-2=-5/2(x+2) 2.) y+7=-x+5/2 3.) y=-4/7+2 4.) y=-5/2x-3 my teacher says that the 4th one is correct, but how to i get the answer????? that's the confusing part.
okay wait i need to see something real quick
i working it out on a paper so it might be a while sorry and what is the slop intercept form
slope intercept form is y=mx+b.
okay first you need to write this in slope intercept for y-7=-5/2 (x+4)
okay. got that. is this is answer? I'm just really desperate. Today is teh last day before the semester ends so i wanna redo this test to get my grade up.
this is not answer im working on it
then what you would do next is use the distributive property
which mean u multiply everything in the parenthesis by -5/2
you would get 5/2x and then -5/2 times 4 is 20/2
then you take the 20/2 and divide it and you get 10
okay. got that so far.
right now ur equation should look like y-7=-5/2x-10
after tht u would subtract 7 from each side so ur answer would be y=-5/2x-3
omg! you're a mircale worker! Thanks so much!!! :) I'm starting to get it now!! God bless you 1000 times!