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    Write the equation of the line given by the following graph in slope-intercept form. Choose one answer. a. y = -2x + 86 b. y = -2x - 10 c. y = -2x - 8 d. y = -2x + 10

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    https://courses.vlacs.org/vlacontent/algebra2_v10_gs//assessments-xml/res0008/01_09g_02.gif%22

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    that is the link to the graph

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    the right answer is of option C

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    since given gradient, use gradient to find (x, 0) and (0, y)

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    EXPLAIN PLEASE

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    piggiepigpigs do you agree with option c

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    in the equation y=mx+c, c represents the y intercept - from the graph u can easily get to know that the line makes an intercept somewhere after -6 , so it must be option c because -8 is the next nearest value to -6

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    alright thanks, think you can help with another

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    Write the equation of the line given by the following graph in standard form. Choose one answer. a. 3x - y = -3 b. 3x - y = 3 c. -3x + y = -3 d. -3x - y = 3

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    https://courses.vlacs.org/vlacontent/algebra2_v10_gs//assessments-xml/res0008/01_09g_04.gif%22

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    there is another link the the graph

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    option c again :)

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    alright thanks

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    u can even confirm the answer by finding out the slope of the line

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