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write an equation in slope-intercept form of the line that passes through the given points (3, -2), (6,1) @ajprincess Same way?

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have u found the slope using that formula?
No c: i know nothing about slope intercept I dislike it a lot -_-
slope is found using the formula \[slope~m=\frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}\] \[m=\frac{1-(-2)}{6-3}=?\]

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i got -1.666666667
nw can u find m?
hmmm
sure?
Yea I am lost, i keep looking back at the question -_- grr i hate math
wht is 1-(-2)=?
3
good:) nw what is 6-3=?
3
good:) 3/3=?
1
good:) so what is m=?
1 :D
yup. good:)
Oh boy math is fun -_- not
nw let us consider a point (x.y) on the same line. then \[m=\frac{y-y_1}{x-x_1}\] \[1=\frac{y-(-2)}{x-3}\] \[1(x-3)=y+2\] Slope-intercept equation is \\[y=1(x-3)-2\]
I see now :) thanks a bunch
welcome:) remove the parentheses and simplify:)
WIll do :D
good:)

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