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The x-intercept of a line is –5 and the y-intercept of the line is –2. What is the equation of the line?

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so we have 2 points, right? the x-intercept, (-5,0) and the y-intercept, (0,-2)
now, what's the slope?
that's where I get lost AriPotta

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well, i already posted the slope formula, remember? that's what we did in the other question
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I need a Geometry for dummies book lol
is it 5 2
nop.
is it y=5/2 x=2
y=5/2 x-2
|dw:1351822845666:dw| so -2/5 is our slope
y=-2/5 x-2 then?
y=-5/2 x-5
I'm out of ideas
nop.
y=2/5x+2
oh wait.
y = -2/5x -2 was right. sorry about that :/
Thank You AriPotta
no problem :)

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