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Question: Graph the line with a slope of 2/3 that contains the point (3, –7). Graphs in comments

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    2/3 that contains the point (3, –7). We'll use the point slope formula Y-Y1 = m(X-X1) Substitute: Y+7 = 2/3 (X-3) Y = 2/3x -2-7 Y = 2/3x - 9 |dw:1358261333675:dw|

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    Thanks.

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    Ur welcome :)

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