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Find the equation of a line containing the points ( 6, 3) and ( 1, 4)
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Find the equation of a line containing the points ( 6, 3) and ( 1, 4)
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from x =6 to x=1 ... what's that a change of?
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count it off on a number line...
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that's your run... rise is the change in y from y=3 to y=4 ... what's that a change of? rise/run is the slope of the line...also called 'm' find m and use it in y= mx +b along with one of your points to find 'b'
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let me know if you have trouble with any of those steps
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