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Can someone write an equation in point-slope form for the line through the given point with the given slope. (8, 3); m = 6

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If by point-slope point you mean this: y=6x-45 I'm not sure, please double check :)
Its somewhere along the lines of y + 3 = 6x + 8 or y +3 =6(x-8) I think.
But if it goes through the point (8,3), and the gradient is 6, then you know it is y=6x+c, so you substitute in y and x and solve to get c?

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@luxiliu ur answer is correct:)
Thanks :) I was worried there.
but it is asked to use point slope not point intercept form:)
Exactly=) Aperogalics
I dont know point slope to well ={
@Thats-me use y-y=m(x-x1) so y-3=6(x-8) y=6x-45:)
sry its (y-y1)=m(x-x1) :)
Ok=) That clarifies it a bit=) lol Thanks=)

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