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Choose the point-slope form of the equation below that represents the line that passes through the points (−6, 4) and (2, 0). y − 4 = −one half(x + 6) y − 4 = 2(x + 6) y + 6 = −one half(x − 4) y + 6 = 2(x − 4)

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well just substitute the pont in the equation!!

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if the equation holds then thats the answer!
  • hba
Use two point form my friend. \[(y-y_1)=\frac{ y_2-y_1 }{ x_2-x_1 }(x-x_1)\]
^ Hba got it C: Plug in your numbers.
(2,0 ) is an easy point to substitute
well u can also try hba's method which is also fine
Would it be B?
did u substitute (2,0 ) ?
can you show how you substituted ?
because i dont get B as right
Wait... nvm
One sec i gotta go do something for somebody.
Pretty sure it's B.

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