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Write the point-slope equation for the line with the given slope that contains the given point. m=-4/-3 ; (7, -1)

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- anonymous

the slope form for this is Y= m(y-1) (x-1) or you could use MX+B form as well.
does this help?

- hartnn

lets use the form y=mx+c
slope m= 4/3 given
now u need to find c only
you have a point (7,-1) on it
so put x=7 and y=-1 in the equation and find the value of c
got this?
if yes,can u tell me what value u got of c?

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You just made my head spin.

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hey hartnn,
Point slope form is what I typed right? I thought it he was asking to write the the point slope form? did I miss something here??

- hartnn

ohh! slope point form,i missed that
the slope point form is
y-y1=m(x-x1)
you have the values of m as 4/3 and (x1,y1)=(7,-1)
just put the values,and u get the equation

- anonymous

ok thanks

- anonymous

y+1=-4/-3(x-7)

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