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Choose the equation below that represents the line passing through the point (-2, -3) with a slope of -6. y + 3 = -6(x + 2) y + 2 = 6(x + 3) y - 3 = -6(x - 2) y - 2 = 6(x - 3)
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anonymous
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Y = mx + B m being the slope B is the y-intercept
anonymous
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y = mx +b m =-6 x=-2 y=-3 solve for b -3=-6*(-2) +b
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y + 3 = -6(x + 2)

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anonymous
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Easy its y + 3 = -6(x + 2
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@kmeds16 @theredhead1617 don't just post the answer, explain to the questioner :}
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yeah i know, but it's in the rules :/
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don't want you getting banned and you not knowing why.
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Oh
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