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Write an equation for the line passing through B(0, 3) and C(–3, 4).

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    U know two-point formula

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    @samalami ???

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    point slope formula? @sauravshakya

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    Ok..... that will work too

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  5. sauravshakya Group Title
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    First find the slope

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    can u?

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    how would I find that without only points?

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    Isnt coordinates of B and C are given

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    then, slope=(y2-y1)/(x2-x1)

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    Did u get slope? @samalami

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    slope is 1/-3?

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    Yep. its -1/3

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  13. sauravshakya Group Title
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    Now, the required equation of line is (y-y1)=m (x-x1)

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    Use any point for x1 and y1 and m=slope

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    Does it help?

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    then from there simplify the equation?

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    YEP

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    thank you <3 <3

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    WELCOME

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