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write the equation of the line that has a y-value that increases by 4 for every x that increases by 1. it also crosses the y-axis at -2 a. y=4x-2 b. y=1/4x-2 c. y=2x+1/4 d. y=2x-4

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  1. cwrw238 Group Title
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    slope of the line= 4 to also passes through the point(-2,0) plug these values into y-y1 = m(x-x1) and simplify

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    how do you plug the values in

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  3. cwrw238 Group Title
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    m = slope = 4, (x1,y1) = (-2,0)

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  4. karina.vazquez Group Title
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    simplify ?

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  5. cwrw238 Group Title
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    example of simplifying: y = 3(x - 4) + 8 y = 3x - 12 + 8 y = 3x - 4

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    sorry i mixed up values of x and y x1= 0 , y1 = -2 so its y - (-2) = 4(x - 0)

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    Write the equation of the line that has a y-value that increases by 4 for every x that increases by 1. It also crosses the y-axis at –2.

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    rearrange the equation in my last post and you'll get one of the options

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