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Use point-slope to write an equation of a line with slope of -7/9 and passing through the point (5,3). Write final equation in slope-intercept form

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do you know what point slope form is?
yeah. y=mx+b
but what is point-slope?

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That ^ would be slope intercept form..
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....where do i get an x0 in this? god that just confused me so much more
cant i just do -3=-7/9(5)+b
find b then plug it in?
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What you suggested about is a good way to find slope intercept form..
so i can use that?
to find slope intercept, but it is easier to use point-slope and THEN get slope intercept
so if I used point slope it would be y=-7/9(x--3)+5
ugh i hate this
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isn't it -3?
you're co-ordinates given are (5,3)
oops. its suppose to be -3. sorry i typed it wrong. Whatever I'm so lost. I'll just do it the way I typed. I just don't understand point-slope. But thanks for trying to teach me. I'm so dumb.

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