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What is the point-slope form of a line with slope 2/5 that contains the point (-3, 6)?

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    point-slope form is "y-y1=m(x-x1)" simply put the points and slope into the equation and solve for y.

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    so do you know the answer?

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    yes, but what do you think it is?

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    y - 6 = -(x+ 3) i think this is the answers

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    is it?

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    except for the slope, that step is correct.

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    m =2/5, not -1.

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    ooo ok thank you!!!:)

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    you're welcome. make sure to hit best response!

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    thank you.

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    your welcome

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    *you're

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    what?

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    nothing. carry on.

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