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foreverandalways13 Group Title

whats an equation of a line that passes through (2,-3)? i already have y=-1/2x+4... HELP!!!!!

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  1. warningiflirt Group Title
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    y=2x-7

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  2. foreverandalways13 Group Title
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    thanks!!!

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    yw

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  4. foreverandalways13 Group Title
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    now put that in point slope form...

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  5. foreverandalways13 Group Title
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    :(....sorry:)

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  6. warningiflirt Group Title
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    it is in point slope form, y=mx+b is point slpoe form so it is already in it.

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    what does y=-1/2x+4 refer to?

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  8. foreverandalways13 Group Title
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    its a line...

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  9. jdoe0001 Group Title
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    well, so, what's the relevance of that line, to "another" crossing on (2, -3)?

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    i need it in y-y1=m(x-x1)

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    form

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    oh hold on

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  13. foreverandalways13 Group Title
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    k

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    so, the slope-intercept form y=-1/2x+4, and this lines passes through (2, -3)?

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    this line rather

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  16. foreverandalways13 Group Title
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    yes...i think so...all this gives me is the point:(

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    y+3=-1/2(x+2)

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    THANKS!!!

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  19. warningiflirt Group Title
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    no i mean y+3=-1/2(x-2)

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    ....again:)

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    ur welcome!

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