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Part 1: Using complete sentences, explain how to find the equation of the line, in standard form and slope–intercept form, passing through (3, 6) and (–2, –4). (4 points)
Part 2: Compare the benefits of writing an equation in standard form to the benefits of writing an equation in slope–intercept form. (3 points)

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standard form is Ax +By = C; slope intercept form is y = mx + b
i would find the slope first
m = (-4-6)/(-2-3) = -10/-5 = 2
slope intercept form would be y = 2x + b
(-4 - b)/(-2-0) = 2; solve for b
-4-b= -4, b=0
y = 2x Slope intercept
2x - y = 0 Standard form

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part 2:
im not entirely sure what would be considered benefits except in slope intercept you can see where x =0 intercepts the y axis and what the slope of the line is.
and in standard you have variables all on one side and constants on the other

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Dude, you are amazing. lol

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Thank you so very much!

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