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kaylinsymone Group Title

write the equation of the line that passes through ( -2 , 1 ) and ( 5 , 4 ) any help ????

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    first find the slop of the line

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    ok , and then after that ? thanks for the help btw

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    easy part. we know that y=mx+b right ? so then we can find the y-intercept and the x-intercept .

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    so then , that would be the equation ?

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    try it and see.

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    |dw:1346971491380:dw|

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    I got that the equation turned to be y= 3/7x + 13/7 because I found the slope and then did y= mx + b ... did I do it right ?!?!

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    thats right :)

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    thank you very much :)

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