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Which point lies on the line described by the equation below? y + 8 = 4(x - 5) A. (5, -8) B. (4, -8) C. (-5, -8) D. (5, 8) E. (4, 5) F. (5, 0)

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  1. bakonloverk
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    you have to solve the equation

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  2. BaddBabyy
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    so it is y +8= 4x - 5

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  3. BaddBabyy
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    would i subtract 5 from 8?

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  4. bakonloverk
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    i believe so

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  5. BaddBabyy
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    i got 3

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  6. BaddBabyy
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    ?

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  7. bakonloverk
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    yea its three but hold on i think thts wrong

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  8. BaddBabyy
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    yeah me too

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  9. bakonloverk
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    sorry i cant help, im not good with two sided equations

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  10. bakonloverk
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    @Notamathgenius

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  11. BaddBabyy
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    its ohkay

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  12. Notamathgenius
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    Ok all you need to do is substitute the numbers for X and Y (x,y)

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  13. BaddBabyy
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    so how would i do that?

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  14. Notamathgenius
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    Ok first you take the equation y + 8 = 4(x - 5) and you take an answer choice ill use E (4, 5) You take 4 in the place of the X and 5 in the place of y and they are on both side of the = sign so if 4(4-5) = the same as 5+8 that is the answer

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  15. BaddBabyy
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    yeah im offically confused

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  16. Ninagf99
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    A is

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  17. bakonloverk
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    just do wht he said, you do the equation y+8=4(x-5) and then put in each number from your choices and then solve them and see which ones equal the same on each side so do each of these equations A) -8+8=4(5-5) B) -8+8=4(4-5) C) -8+8=4(-5-5) D) 8+8=4(5-5) E) 5+8 =4(4-5) F) 0+8=4(5-5)

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  18. Ninagf99
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    You have to even it out and make the equation to like if you were solving a simple equation

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  19. bakonloverk
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    well obviously

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  20. Ninagf99
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    A is the only answer

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  21. Ninagf99
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    I have been in geometry algebra and just started algebra 2 a is the only answer that is right.

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  22. BaddBabyy
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    a was the right answer

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  23. Ninagf99
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    yes

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  24. Ninagf99
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    I am a hundred percent positive

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  25. Ninagf99
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    its the simple slope point formula

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    can I have a metal

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