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HeLp PlEaSe!?!?! I dont know how to do this?? I just need help with this one kind because there are more like this... Choose the slope-intercept equation of the line that passes through the point shown and is parallel to the line shown.

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    @Hero

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    @phi

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    |dw:1351890017659:dw|

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    it needs to pass through which point?

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    |dw:1351890349663:dw|

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    i get that paralell is the same slope but how do I find the slope

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    y = 1/3 x + 14/3 y = 3x + 10 y = -3x - 2 y = - 1/3x + 10/3

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    i can attach a file if it needs to be precise!

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    you have those two points, yes?

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    yeah

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    so with those, we can find the slope using the slope formula:

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    OHHHH thanks!!!

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    gosh I didnt realize it was that easyyy

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    lol. do you know what to do after you've got the slope?

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    -6/2

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    yes! are you like indian??

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    lol no. and we can simplify that slope to -3

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    thx! an lol srry potta kinda sounded indian

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    i got it know thxx

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    my name's arielle, people call me ari for short. and ari potta is supposed to sound like harry potter in an english accent

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    ohh omg i love hp

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    lol me too :)

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