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how to make (5,6),(2,0),(0,-4),and(-2,-8) into an equation

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  1. muhammad9t5 Group Title
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    is it geometry???

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    some details regarding question please.

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    if it is a line you can

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    equation of straight line?

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    i can. but can you post screenshot of the question?

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    is it one equation or two??

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    do u know about slope?

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    Do you know how to find the equation of a line, when you are given two points?

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    yes y=ax+b and a=f(x1)-f(x2)/x1-x2

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    It's a linear relation; only two points are needed. Start with slope formula, \(\large m=\frac{y-y_1}{x-x_1}\) Then you can rearrange that to \(\large y-y_1=m(x-x_1)\)

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