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Write an equation in slope intercept form of the line that passes through (4, 1) and (5, -1)

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Can you find the slope?
no?
i need the equation

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That's not good. You should have this skill. \(Slope = \dfrac{Rise}{Run} = \dfrac{y-Change}{x-Change}\) Can you identify the x- and y- coordinates in teh ordered pairs listed in teh problem statement?
can you just help by telling me
You should already have a book or a teacher or an online course. Why will it make any difference if write you a new book? I can do the problem, but how do I know I'm not just doing your homework for you? You must show SOME knowledge of the subject matter or we're both just wasting out time.

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