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Chiomatn93 Group Title

A line contains the points (3,3) and (1,-3). What is the equation of this line in slope intercept form?

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  1. amistre64 Group Title
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    do you recall what slope intercept form is spose to look like ?

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    equation of this line in slope intercept form = y = mx + c.. can u get slope of line from given points ??

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  3. Chiomatn93 Group Title
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    I JUST NEED THE ANSWER PLEASE

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  4. amistre64 Group Title
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    then you can just go someplace else; this is a study site, not a free answering service.

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    if you want to know HOW to get an answer, then feel free to play along ....

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  6. Ganpat Group Title
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    ha ha ha, ha ha !!!!

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  7. Chiomatn93 Group Title
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    well never mind then... i dont even see how you find that amusing wow

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    if u dont wanna answer then move somewhere else

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    This is my website ... YOU move lol

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    http://openstudy.com/code-of-conduct if you wish to know how we expect people to behave here, please read this

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    nope sorry dont care to know..i just want an answer not a code of conduct

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  12. Ganpat Group Title
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    i find it amazing because , i had one from him... LOL !!!

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  13. amistre64 Group Title
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    Wiht any luck, if you really want to use this site, take that 5 hours to read over the code of conduct (takes prolly about 5 minutes tops) and ponder what choices you want to make in life :)

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