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find the equation of a line with slope -3 and goes through the point (-5,2)

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  1. tomiko Group Title
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    you have to use the slope-point equation of a line. when you're given a point and a slope. do you know this?

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    kinda i missed some of this stuff and yah im in geomerty and mathmodels so yah Help plzz

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    m=-3 , (-5,2) y-y1 = m(x-x1) y1 = 2 , x1 = -5 just plug in values .. you will get the equation

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    ok so you've been answered already. hope you understand it :)

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