buttermequeasy
  • buttermequeasy
Choose the slope-intercept equation of the line that passes through the point (6, 4) and is parallel to y = 1/3x - 3. y = 3x - 14 y = 1/3x + 2 y = -3x + 22 y = -1/3x + 8
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buttermequeasy
  • buttermequeasy
Help please!
anonymous
  • anonymous
what is the slope of y = 1/3x - 3?
buttermequeasy
  • buttermequeasy
the slope is 1/3?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
yes
anonymous
  • anonymous
and parallel lines have the same slope so out new line will have that slope too
buttermequeasy
  • buttermequeasy
Okay. So then it's between the 2 that have 1/3 as the slope
anonymous
  • anonymous
no, only one has the 1/3 slope
buttermequeasy
  • buttermequeasy
Oops sorry. I missed the negative sign on the other one.
anonymous
  • anonymous
want to solve it the rest of the way? or is the answer good enough?
anonymous
  • anonymous
do you care where the + 2 came from?
buttermequeasy
  • buttermequeasy
what do you mean do I care?
anonymous
  • anonymous
do you want to figure it out? does it matter? eventually you will be asked to do it. some problem set, some exam, some time
buttermequeasy
  • buttermequeasy
Yes.
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok... so far all we know is the slope of the new line, so y = Mx + b and M=1/3 to find b, you plug in the x and y values from the point given can you do that?

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