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@mathcalculus you did your algebra incorrectly, it appears...

can you point it out where?

\[y-(-1)=\frac{-9}{11}(x-5)\]

Simplify and you will be done.

i have this: y=9x/11 +44

your y-intercept value will be a fraction...maybe you didn't multiply the -9/11 when expanding

@whpalmer4 i'm not sure where I have made my mistake.

\[1+y = \frac{1}{11}(45-9x)\]probably screwed up bringing the 1 across

\[y+1=\frac{-9}{11}x+\frac{45}{11}\]

isn't y- (-1) a y+1?

so if i bring it to the other side it must be subtracted from the 45

oh yes! got it

damn

9/11 * 5

\[y=\frac{-9}{11}x+\frac{45}{11}-1=\frac{-9}{11}x+\frac{34}{11}\]

whoops, used invisible () in that first eq. :-)

that's not the answer..... :(

it keeps saying it's wrong.

i think it's the website, it must be correct. thank you everyone.

(5,-1) that is

yes, I checked. appreciate the help

yup

it must be correct, even the calculator shows it.

Maybe you want to try 9x+11y=34

I'd say you know what you're doing, in any case...watch for those fraction mistakes :-)

thanks alot ! :)

yw